The Modi administration has stressed the education sector’s rapid development, focusing on primary, secondary, and medical education. The inauguration of new IITs, IIMs, IIITs, NITs, and NIDs, was announced by the Modi administration in 2014. Every year since 2014, a new IIT or IIM has been founded. There are currently 23 IITs and 20 IIMs spread around the country. Every day since 2014, two new universities and colleges have been established. There are now noticeably more students enrolling in higher education as a result.
India had 723 universities in 2014; by 2020, there would be 1,043 institutions there. The number of colleges rose from 36,634 to 42,343 during the same period. By 2020, there would be 3.85 crores of higher education students, up from 3.45 crores in 2016. In addition, the first forensic university was built in Ladakh, and 22 other universities have been founded throughout the Northeast. Additionally, a university for rail and transportation has been established.
On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi celebrates his 72nd birthday by attending four significant ceremonies. On the occasion of PM Modi’s birthday, political figures from all sides sent him greetings.
On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi turned 72, and greetings from all political figures have poured in since the morning. Political leaders from all sides of the aisle sent birthday wishes and prayers for PM Modi’s health and success.
The Israeli ambassador to India, Naor Gilon, wished Prime Minister Modi a happy birthday and said, “as PM in 2017, Modi transformed the historic bonds between our civilisations into a strategic partnership between our states.”
President Droupadi Murmu tweeted, “Hearty congratulations and best wishes to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his birthday. I wish that the nation-building campaign being carried out by you with incomparable hard work, dedication and creativity continues to progress under your leadership. I wish that God bless you with good health and long life.”
Sher Bahadur Deuba, the prime minister of Nepal, sent wishes to PM Modi on his birthday. On the occasion of your birthday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, warmest wishes for good health and long life, he tweeted. He wrote,” May Shri Pashupatinath protect you.”
“With his leadership, he has given unprecedented strength to the country’s progress & good governance and provided a new height to India’s prestige & self-respect before the world,” Rajnath Singh wrote in a tweet.