Hours forward of the stay broadcast of the sixth Google for India occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared particulars of an “extraordinarily fruitful” dialog with Sundar Pichai, the Chief Govt Officer of Alphabet and Google on “leveraging the facility of expertise to remodel the lives of India’s farmers and youth”.
“I used to be delighted to know extra concerning the efforts of @Google in a number of sectors, be it in training, studying, @_DigitalIndia, furthering digital funds and extra…We mentioned the challenges the worldwide pandemic has delivered to areas equivalent to sports activities. We additionally talked concerning the significance of information safety and cyber security,” the PM tweeted.
This morning, had an especially fruitful interplay with @sundarpichai. We spoke on a variety of topics, significantly leveraging the facility of expertise to remodel the lives of India’s farmers, children and entrepreneurs. pic.twitter.com/IS9W24zZxs
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) July 13, 2020
PM Modi stated his dialog with Mr Pichai touched upon a “wide selection of topics, significantly leveraging the facility of expertise to remodel the lives of India’s farmers, children and entrepreneurs”.
The Prime Minister additionally shared footage of the digital interplay.
The dialog assumes significance within the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic dismantling India’s conventional work and studying tradition, enterprise methods and provide chains, forcing the federal government to skillfully undertake expertise to safeguard its economic system.
In line with estimates by the Worldwide Financial Fund, India’s economic system is ready to contract by 4.5 per cent throughout the present fiscal 12 months. Related GDP estimates have additionally been given by the ADB and the World Financial institution.
Google’s product and enterprise leaders for India and Funds area, amongst others, are more likely to announce initiatives for Digital India on the occasion which shall be livestreamed on YouTube and can have the Minister for Communications, Electronics and IT, Ravi Shankar Prasad, in attendance.