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Posted at: Sep 13, 2017, 12:16 AM; last updated: Sep 13, 2017, 12:16 AM (IST)

Students must keep pace with innovations: Lone

Students must keep pace with innovations: Lone
Minister for Science and Technology Sajad Lone (right) interacts with a visually impaired girl student at DPS. Tribune photo

Tribune News Service

Srinagar, September 12

Minister for Science Technology and Social Welfare Sajad Gani Lone today asked students to keep pace with technological innovations happening in the world.

The minister was speaking at an annual IT event ‘Techknow’ organised by Cyber Crew, the IT club of Delhi Public School, Athwajan, Srinagar.

Secretary, School Education, Farooq Ahmad Shah; Director, Information and Public Relations, J&K, Muneer-ul-Islam and Chairman, Delhi Public School, Vijay Dhar were present on the occasion.

Lone said the IT sector had made unprecedented advancement that could help in expanding knowledge.

The Secretary, Education, said latest research in computer science was not limited to business, gadgets, IT, space, and education, but it also meant better health, more knowledge and more power.

Director, Information, lauded the role of the school for organising the event. He said such events imbibed quality education among the young minds. Later, Chairman, Delhi Public School, said the institution would offer short-term and long-term courses in Information and Science Technology to the students of government schools also.


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