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The President noted that the Vivekananda Kendra schools are a happy synthesis of traditional knowledge and values and of modern science and technology.
He was addressing the valedictory function of the completion of 40 years of the Vivekananda Kendra in Arunachal on Sunday. Commending the services of the VKV with its motto of service to man is service to god towards promotion of quality education in the country in general and state in particular despite challenges, Kovind emphasized on maintaining its quality of education to bring about progress in the society.
The President observed that Arunachal was getting a face lift with the execution of the Trans-Arunachal Highway, road connectivity to remote interior areas, besides construction of advanced landing grounds at Pasighat, Mechukha, Ziro, Tuting and Walong, to facilitate connectivity to people living in remote areas.
Mentioning that the introduction of railway services from Itanagar to cities like Guwahati and construction of bedded hospital cum Medical College at Naharlagun shows accelerated development in the state, he said that due to its huge hydro power potentials, Arunachal Pradesh can become the power house of the nation.
The Governor further stated that the presence of the President in the frontier and strategic state reinforces the sense of oneness and belongingness amongst the people of the state. Speaking on the occasion, Chief Minister Pema Khandu also praised the services of the Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya in bringing educational revolution in the state through holistic approach, adding that besides working towards academic excellence, the institutions inculcate sense of nationalism and patriotism among the students.
Divulging on the initiatives of his government, Pema said that the state government is giving special emphasis on promotion of quality education in the state and informed that Arunachal Pradesh is the first small state in the country to have started smart class in schools to provide access to latest technology.
Earlier, Vice President Vivekananda Kendra Kanyakumari Balakrishnan thanked the state government for extending financial assistance of Rs 40 crore released in one single instalment for extending services of the VKV in the state.
Highlighting the activities of the Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya, he informed that the day also commemorates the rd birth anniversary of founder Eknathji and significance of the year on being the th birth anniversary of Sister Nivedita.
He further said that since its first establishment in the state inVKVs have produced many luminaries, technocrats and bureaucrats and other professionals in Arunachal Pradesh, adding that presently there are 36 VKV schools across the state.Posters is a collaborative, community-driven project whose members release a new poster illustrating a line of Margaret Wheatley's "Turning to One Another".
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