New Delhi, February 23
Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the moment known as local weather change and the resultant pure disasters an enormous problem to the world and requested IITs to assist develop catastrophe resilient infrastructure that may stand up to their results.
Addressing the 66th convocation of IIT, Kharagpur, the PM stated, “Disaster management is a subject which the world has looked up to India. During major disasters, along with life, infrastructure is most affected.” He added that realising this two years in the past India took the initiative of building Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure within the United Nations.
“Climate change is a major challenge before the world. India drew the attention of the world to the issue of disaster management. You can see what happened recently in Uttarakhand. We should focus on improving a disaster-resilient infrastructure that can withstand natural disasters,” he stated, referring to the idea of the International Solar Alliance for protected, reasonably priced and environment-friendly vitality offered by India to the world.
He additionally hailed IITs for his or her function in creating expertise to battle Covid-19. Asking college students to work on discovering futuristic options to different healthcare issues, he stated an enormous market had emerged for private healthcare gear. The PM stated IITs additionally want to rework from being simply Indian Institutes of Technology to institutes of indigenous applied sciences. — TNS