Karnataka: Need to start ‘Technology School’, says CM Basavaraj Bommai

कर्नाटक: 'टेक्नोलॉजी स्कूल' शुरू करने की जरूरत,' बोले सीएम बसवराज बोम्मई

Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister CN Ashwatha Narayan said, “The Center for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Date Engineering (CoE) will soon be set up in Hubli.

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Tuesday said there is a need to start ‘Technology Schools’ in view of the emphasis on technical education among students at the high school level. The Chief Minister said this after inaugurating the ‘Innovation and Impact’ program organized by the Department of Electronics, IT, BT and S&T under the ‘Beyond Bengaluru’ initiative. He said that action will be implemented immediately to promote the development of innovative industries.

In 1960 itself there was a technology school in Hubli which was later closed. CM Basavaraj Bommai further said that children have more ability to learn in childhood. Therefore, this process should be started in schools as soon as possible. He said that Atal Tinkering Labs should be upgraded and at that level Artificial Intelligence should be included at least to some extent. According to the Chief Minister, there is a need to upgrade polytechnics on the lines of upgradation of 150 ITIs in the state.

Students will be taught coding

Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister CN Ashwatha Narayan said, “Center of Excellence (CoE) for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Date Engineering will be set up in Hubli soon. He further said, National Education Policy (NEP-2020) aspires. To prepare the students according to the global technological developments, and accordingly, coding will be taught to the students at the school level itself. The government has brought in effective policies to promote innovative technologies and increase the duration of internship from 3 weeks to 30 weeks. has been given. Students will also be given a chance to undergo internship abroad.

MLA Arvind Bellad suggested to focus on developing Hubli cluster as hardware manufacturing hub. State Vision Group President Prashant Prakash informed that to start agro-tech, climate-tech and space-tech industries in Hubli cluster KDEM (Karnataka Digital Economy Mission) President B V Naidu said that efforts should be made to promote indigenous manufacturing of tablet PCs. EV Ramana Reddy, ACS, Department of Electronics, IT/BT, Ashok S Shettar, Vice Chancellor, KLE Technical University, Arvind Malligeri, CEO, HS, Gudasi, Prof. Mahesh, Sanjeev Gupta, Vivek Pawar, Meena Nagaraj, Director IT/BT Department were present.

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