The promise was to digitally-enable 10 million Small and Medium-Sized Business, enable 10 billion dollars in exports and create a million jobs by 2025.
ThinkEdu Conclave: 'Media created misgivings over optional subjects', says AICTE's Anil Sahasrabudhe
Sahasrabudhe was discussing the NEP, the educational reforms and the way to an Aatmanirbhar Bharat with CSIR's Director-General Dr Shekhar C Mande and Padma Shri awardee Chamu Krishna Shastry.
Touching upon the algorithm that runs social media, he said that the machine figures out what one likes and doesn’t like, based on a user's clicks.
This year’s ThinkEdu Conclave is being conducted online from March 26 to March 30, 2021.
I wanted to explore how it is different for women who come from various economic backgrounds, harder to break off a lot of barriers in life.
Gopalakrishnan spoke about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) and what India can do to become a superpower in that sphere.
Subramanian Swamy said this on Day 3 of the ThinkEdu Conclave 2021, which also saw illuminating discussions on India’s tech landscape and women in films
Authors Amitabha Bandyopadhyay and Srikant Sastri spoke at TNIE's ThinkEdu Conclave 2021 to explain how they put together a team that completed the feat within 90 days.
Sanyal sounded positive when he spoke about how well the economic reforms and COVID response strategies have been received by the states.
Dr Patel stated that Indian youth’s aspirations are totally different from their parents and are 'shaped by India’s economic development story, shaped by globalisation and of course, by social media'.
Khare said that the beauty of this policy is the flexibility it offers not only in terms of languages but courses as well.
Vaidhyasubramaniam proceeded to highlight his views on the purpose of education, which he said was to, 'create enlightened individuals who can understand India and present India to the world'.
Indian-American computer scientist Dr Subhash Kak discussed the role of the epics and the science behind them with Indic scholar Dushyanth Sridhar.
Former Water Secretary Parameswaran Iyer said that it was a fascinating career and one has the opportunity to make an impact on the ground and that no other profession offers that opportunity.
Prior to Pokhriyal's address, The New Indian Express Editorial Director Prabhu Chawla spoke about how far ThinkEdu has come over the last nine years.