Indians driving digital tech growth globally: Assam governor
Addressing the 10th convocation of Assam Don Bosco University, he called on students to ensure that the country can maintain its leading position in the sector.
Assam Governor Prof. Jagdish Mukhi said on Monday that Indians are spearheading the advancement of digital technology across the world and urged students to contribute to the growth of the sector.
Addressing the 10th convocation of Assam Don Bosco University, he called on students to ensure that the country can maintain its leading position in the sector. “In digital technology and artificial intelligence, Indians are leading the world. It does not matter whether they are located, in our country or serve elsewhere. Our brains rule the world of digital technology,” the governor said.
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At least 470 graduates and 648 postgraduate students from various fields including engineering and technology, basic sciences, business, management and humanities have obtained degrees.
Doctoral degrees were awarded to 27 students and five received PG degrees during the convocation held virtually, according to a statement from the university.
“As I watch you emerge from the ravages of the pandemic, this is the message I want to share with you: seek what unites us as a country, as a nation and as a great civilization,” the governor said. . .
Prof. Januarius Sangma, the chancellor of the university, urged the students to maintain their personal integrity and skills as they begin to build their careers and personal lives.