Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki visited the Google headquarters in California and sought ideas from the company on how to improve education in the state. Also Read - New avatar of Google Chrome’s offline dinosaur game: How you can play
Highlighting various problems associated with the education system in the state, Tuki sought ideas from Google on how to improve it in the state and also impart quality education to each and every student without any bias, an official communique said here today. Also Read - Best camera phones under Rs 35000 to buy in July 2021: Pixel 4a, Mi 11X, and more
The Chief Minister stressed on the importance of improving the standard of the teaching fraternity in the state and urged Google to impart training and know-how to the teachers in the state and bring them at par with international standard. Also Read - Timex Helix Smart 2.0 with temperature sensor, heart rate sensor launched: Details here
Google being a pioneer in e-education would be of tremendous help in fulfilling the vision and ideals set by the state government, Tuki observed.
Google highlighted the advancement in education these days and how it has become a pioneer in the field of quality e-education and dedicated team of professionals in this regard.
Google has agreed to make detailed Arunachal specific report and project and bring in solutions keeping in mind the local issues associated with it.
The Chief Minister also requested Google to invest in IT based industries in the state, the communique said.
He also has raised the issue of wrong depiction of his state in Google Maps with the US-based company and has sought corrective measures.
“Arunachal Pradesh is an integral part of India and will always remain so,” Tuki said and urged Google to rectify the mistake keeping in the mind the sensitivities of the people of the state and India as a whole.
Google has assured to look into the matter and rectify it soon.
The Arunachal Chief Minister visited the Google headquarters, Mountain View, California, USA on Saturday on an invitation by Google for the Google Global Education Symposium on Ministers and held talks with the Google Education team led by Caesar Sengupta, vice-president, product management, Michael de la Cruz, Global Head of Education, Bram Bout, Worldwide Director of Education and Gagandeep Singh Puri, Head of Education in India.