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Feb 25, 2019
2:27PM

President calls upon students to march forward with new technology

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President Ram Nath Kovind has called upon students to march forward with the help of new technology. 

He was speaking at the inaugural function of the centenary celebrations of the DAV College in Kanpur today. 

He said students should cope with new challenges. He said knowledge based education is need of the day and it would provide wider horizon to students in every field. The President said India has earned a name in the global technical sphere. 

President also visited Siri Balaji Mandir at  Dyauri Ghat in Rooma area at Kanpur today and performed Puja. He also inaugurated a block of  Dhamma Kalyana at International Vipassana meditation centre. 

The President will also grace the alumni association conference and annual day function of the BNSD Inter College and Shiksha Niketan in Kanpur in the afternoon today.

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