Goa can be Educational Hub with students coming from across the world: CM


Panaji: Chief Minister Pramod Sawant on Tuesday said that Goa can become the Educational Hub with the students coming from across the world here to learn.

Sawant was addressing the veledictary function of QS India Summit 2023 in South Goa on Tuesday.

The chief minister said “my wish is to nurture world class educational institution in Goa and Goa can become education hub with students coming across from the world.”

“Goa has already passed the private university bill couple of years ago. With the opening of education space, India could be positioned as Asian education hub and Goa could be ready to position itself as a important educational destination,” he said.

Sawant said that the role of skilled youth is increasing as India walks path of atmanirbharta.

“PM has focused on transforming the education sector with focused pace.

PM said that we should make our education system such that we should create human resource to take our country forward,” he added.

Sawant also said that the Goan dispora around the world should support the mission of creating vibrant and highly intellectual state of Goa.

While sharing the Vision for Goa, he said “we enjoy the place of pride as most literate state in India and impressive progress in the field of education. Smallest state in india with highest GDP.”

He said that Goa government  considers education  as foundation for the human development and source of cultivation of traits and responsible citizenship.

“The education in Goa is in line with the national education policy. Goa government’s vision is committed in delivering all that is possible for the sustainable quality of education by the way of carrying out training, research, innovation and development of curriculum and teaching and learning material,” he added.

Sawant said that vision is also to develop scientific temper and patriotism amongst the student community and society in general.


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