India not short of ideas, it needs mentors: PM Narendra Modi
The 29th edition of NTLF (NASSCOM Technology and Leadership Forum) will be held on 17–19 February. For the first time this conference is being organized online.
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the NTLF Annual Conference of NASSCOM, an organization of IT industry. The conference focuses on the digital future and the importance of responsible technology in the post-Covid-19 Pandemic.
PM Modi address at 29th edition of NTLF:
The 29th edition of NTLF (NASSCOM Technology and Leadership Forum) will be held on 17–19 February. For the first time this conference is being organized online. Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the inaugural session of the forum this year.
During this time the PM said that New India is impatient for progress. Our government understands this feeling of a new India. The aspirations of more than 130 crores Indians inspired us to move forward. The expectations related to the new India are as much from the government as it is from the central region of the country.
The PM said that our government knows very well that future leadership cannot develop in bonds. Therefore, the government is trying to get the tech industry out of the shackles by normal rules.
Government focuses on building better infrastructure in small cities- PM
The Prime Minister said that projects related to our infrastructure or the homes of the poor, geo-tagging of every projects managed. So that time can complete. Even today, the homes of villages are being mapped with drones, interface is being reduced in tax related matters.
The PM said that my start-up has a message for the founders. Do not limit yourself to just valuation and exit strategy. Think how you can create such organizations that transcend this century. Think how you can create world class products that set new standards of excellence.