Venkaiah Naidu predicted that foreign companies, institutions, and trade would come to Amaravati in the future.
GUNTUR: The Union minister M. Venkaiah Naidu praised for the establishment of Amaravati as a global city, saying that it will help Andhra Pradesh to develop economically. He predicted that foreign companies, institutions, and a trade would come to Amaravati in the future.
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The Union minister said that every year, nearly 1 lakh educated people will migrate to foreign countries from India so education was the most important to earn wealth and to develop financially.
“While there is no objection to migrating to foreign countries, they (the immigrants) must serve and develop their motherland as a ‘payback’”, he said.
Mr. Venkaiah Naidu, along with the AP Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu laid the foundation stone for VIT University at Ainavolu in the Amaravati capital region on Thursday.
Addressing the public meeting, he praised VIT as one of the top university in the private sector that was ranked 13th in India.
“Parents used to meet me looking for a recommendation for a seat in VIT. Students who studied in this institution are sure to getting employment,” the Union minister said.
The BJP government recently introduced the national education policy, giving priority to the public & private partnership, which will provide a quality education to all, Venkaiah Naidu claimed.
He lamented the neglect of mother tongue by the younger generations and exhorted the students to speak in Telugu with their family and friends. “Parents should teach Telugu to their children, explaining the meaning as this would protect the ancient Telugu language,” he said.