What Is ‘Drone Yatra’? More Than 1 Lakh People Will Get Employment, Read Here!
India’s population is rising every week and keeping an eye on this and also the current situation saying this won’t be bad that today’s India needs more employment, because in the current situation around 6% of youth is sitting at home, reportedly. But recently, Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Singh Thakur in a statement told that soon the nation will become an epicenter of drone technology and it will require at least 1 lakh drone pilots by the upcoming year. Now, when drone technology in India is growing after every event, it can be assumed that there would be a huge demand for drone pilates is going to take place.
The Union Minister for Youth Affairs & Sports and Information & Broadcasting, Anurag Thakur on Tuesday introduced the Garuda Aerospace-led ‘Robot Yatra’ at Agni School of Innovation in Thalambur, Tamil Nadu. Through the yatra, the Tamil Nadu-based organization, which is likewise a PLI conspire recipient, means to cover each of the 775 locales of the country within the following 75 days. Agnishwar Jayaprakash, Pioneer and Chief of Garuda Aviation, in a meeting, said “We have 30 groups that will cover these 775 areas with hardware vans. In every one of these vans, there will be robots, pilots, and teachers and they will have drone skilling and preparing gatherings in each region at least two meetings in universities and schools.”
Drone Yatra 2.0
In a press conference Garuda Aerospace’s CEO said, “the goal is to ensure awareness of drone technology among youngsters in the country”. Jayaprakash also believes that the skills in emerging technologies like drones, automation, AI or machine learning are extremely useful in order to find a job. As a piece of the SWAMITVA scheme (Survey of villages and mapping with improvised technology in village areas), the overview of the land and houses are being ready through rambles in the towns, Drones are progressively being utilized to sprinkle pesticides and nano composts in the fields in provincial towns.
Shri @ianuragthakur , being briefed about the different uses of drones at an exhibition in Chennai . He will also launch the 1st Drone Skilling & Training Conference and Flag off Drone Yatra at Garuda Aerospace, Agni College of Technology, Chennai pic.twitter.com/amzgv2L7RR
— Office of Mr. Anurag Thakur (@Anurag_Office) December 6, 2022
He commented that as a component of the “Kisan Robot Yatra”, initiated by PM Modi 100 Kisan Robots were shipped off towns the nation over to splash pesticides. If you keep sticking to the internet and reading about current affairs then you must have read that soon there would be a big event going to take place that is named “Drone Yatra”, and Managing the assemblage after flagging off the ‘Drone Yatra 2.0’, in Chennai he stated that “Prime Minister Modi once commented that “India has a billion solutions to a million problems”. In his statement he also added, “As the country of a billion plus people, India is increasingly leveraging technology to stay ahead of the curve”.