APU holds Viksit Bharat prog on sectoral visions

PASIGHAT, Apr 12: Arunachal Pradesh University (APSU) vice chancellor Prof. Tomo Riba, addressing  a Viksit Bharat programme on sectoral visions, organized by the varsity in its campus here on Friday, highlighted about ‘individual social responsibilities’ and said that  institutions, individuals, communities and teachers could shoulder multifarious responsibilities simultaneously.

The outcome would facilitate sustainability of the environment for future generations to survive on this earth, he said and encouraged the students to always volunteer to donate blood to contribute to the humanity without any expectation. The mankind has different roles and responsibilities toeing the principle of ‘One Earth One Future’.

Stressing on Viksit Bharat and Shashak Bharat,  registrar Narmi Darang explained how India became the 5th fastest growing economy (7.5%) and how the country would surpass Japan and Germany in next 10 years to become world’s 3rd largest economy. The analysis of last 10 years’ information from the public, businessmen, academia, administration and individuals helped Pasighat to become a smart city, he claimed.

Viksit Bharat nodal officer Dr Yab Rajiv Camder, in a power point presentation highlighted sectoral visions, like educating and skilling for future, employment and labour, awareness on dignity of labour among youth, preservation of vibrant culture & heritage, agriculture & rural economy, transport, infrastructure & logistic and Tourism to become Viksit Bharat by 2047.

Tribal studies department’s Dr. Eli Doye and Likha Rinchin also spoke, according to an APU release.

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