Challenges of urbanization

Challenges of urbanization

The Government of Jammu and Kashmir is working on the ground to provide affordable housing in the urban areas.

Recently LG Manoj Sinha while addressing at IIT Jammu said that India needs engineers who can address the challenges of urbanization, infrastructure and access to quality healthcare and education for all. Young engineers’ ideas and solutions can pave the way for a more inclusive and equitable society.

India needs engineers who can collaborate globally, foster partnership with other countries and institutions to address complex global challenges. I strongly believe young engineers have the potential to not only make India self-reliant but also position it as a global leader.

He impressed on the educational institutions to create an environment, an education system that reflects today’s reality.

Universities, as the cradle of innovation, need to become the backbone of progress. By collaborating with Industries and addressing real-world challenges, Universities can produce graduates equipped with skills to solve complex problems.

Let us harness the power of innovation and engineering to build a better tomorrow. The opportunities that lie ahead in India’s journey are immense, and I have no doubt that young engineers’ brilliance and determination will drive our nation to new heights.

He asked the students to be aspiring and start their new journey with an aim to leverage technology, knowledge and wisdom to transform our great nation.

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