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Shameful that no Indian university features in list of world's top 100: PM Modi

News Agencies | First published: 13 November 2016, 17:18 IST
Shameful that no Indian university features in list of world's top 100: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on 13 November, made an appeal to universities in the country to aspire to be among the top 100 globally and promised special economic assistance.

There is no Indian university among the world's top 100 universities, Modi said, adding, we feel "ashamed".

"I invite 10 public and 10 private universities to come forward and take a pledge to make a place for themselves in the top 100 universities of the world."

"Those who will come forward will get special economic assistance. They will be given relaxation from seeking various approvals. There will be an open field for them," he said.

The Prime Minister was speaking at the centenary celebrations of Karnataka Lingayat Education Society (KLES) at Belagavi.

He also urged the students to actively participate in sports and aim for a Gold in Tokyo Olympics in 2020.

"In 2020 during ToKyo Olympics there should be some gold medals from KLES," he said.

 
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