13 Feb 2024

Madhya Pradesh: CM Mohan Yadav launches AI, Block Chain Technology, Virtual Reality, Industrial Safety courses, calls for greater participation of women in science, technology and engineering

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav said that International Day of Women and Girls in Science is an occasion to encourage participation of women in science. Addressing a programme on the occasion at Kushabhau Thackeray International Convention Center in Bhopal on Sunday, he said that today sisters of 12 tribal districts, ITIs, Polytechnics, Engineering colleges have been honoured. 

He said whe nation will undergo a positive change with the women advancing in science, technology and engineering. Every possible effort will be made to provide world class training through ITIs, Polytechnics, Engineering Colleges.

CM digitally inaugurated courses

CM Dr. Yadav digitally inaugurated courses and training sessions in various institutions. Industrial safety training was started in all the government ITIs of the state under Indo German Initiative for Technical Education (IGnITE). 

Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Thing course was started in Jabalpur Engineering College and Blockchain Builder Technology course was started in Ujjain Engineering College for training in online mode in collaboration with IIT Delhi. 

Similarly, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality courses were also launched in SV Polytechnic Bhopal. Procurement Essential for Student Advancement (PESA) course launched at Mahila Polytechnic College, Bhopal in collaboration with IIT Indore.

CM distributes stipends, honours women skilled in STEM

Chief Minister Dr. Yadav distributed stipends worth Rs 6 crore 60 lakh to eight thousand selected trainees under the Seekho Kamao Yojana through. 

CM honoured women skilled in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) field and gave away offer letters to female candidates selected in Job Fairs including Sushri Mehak Shukravare, Sushri Ruby Singh Yadav, Sushri Aishwarya Tiwari, Sushri Ragini Rawat, Sushri Shraddha Kushwaha, Sushri Aarti Kudape etc.

Additional Chief Secretary Technical Education and Skill Development Manu Srivastava said every possible effort is being made to increase the participation of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics education (STEM) in the state.

Additional Chief Secretary Shri Manu Srivastava welcomed CM Dr. Yadav with mementoes made by students. Dr. Yadav was presented a handmade angavastram by the students of Mahila Polytechnic, Bhopal, which had a drawing of the Ram temple drawn by the students.

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