Anurag Thakur inaugurated India's first Virtual Drone College
Anurag Thakur inaugurated India's first Virtual Drone College in Chennai. During this, while addressing the people, he also explained the benefits of using drones in agriculture. At the same time, the Union Minister himself also flew the drone.
Union Minister Anurag Thakur inaugurated India's first Drone Skilling and Training College at Agni College of Technology in Chennai. During this, while addressing the people, the Union Minister said that during the Corona epidemic, with the initiative of 'Medicine from the Sky', medicines and vaccines have been delivered to remote areas with the help of drones. At the same time, during the Beating Retreat, Indian start-up 'Botlab Dynamics' led by IIT alumni demonstrated 'Made in India' using 1,000 drones.
Along with this, 100 drones have been made available to the farmers, with the help of which farmers are spraying pesticides in far-flung areas. Apart from this, Anurag Thakur said that technology is rapidly changing the world, whose applications are solving many problems.
Anurag Thakur said that under the Swamitva Yojana, accounts of land and houses are prepared in the villages through drones. Along with this, drones are used for live aerial cinematography during cricket matches.
Union Minister Anurag Thakur told that in February this year, Prime Minister Modi started a start-up project "Kisan Drone Yatra", through which 100 farmer drones have been deployed at 100 places across India. During this, the Prime Minister had said, "Kisan drone is now the beginning of a new era of revolution in this direction." Along with this, Anurag Thakur said that "Our government is committed to promoting technology. In this 'Amrit Kaal', we all have to set goals for the next 25 years. I look forward to all those youths where you too One has to choose an area where you can contribute not only for yourself but also to take the country forward."