PM Modi: World's Largest Smart India Hackathon

PM Modi: World's Largest Smart India Hackathon


Giving another push to his Digital India initiative, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed what is being dubbed as the world's largest hackathon today via video conferencing. 10,000 programmers competed in the 36-hour event finale which is being held at 26 locations in the country.
The program focused on solving problems of social importance. 29 ministries and government departments have identified 598 problems, the initial response for which came from over 7,500 teams of approximately 42,000 students. The Grand Finale of Smart India Hackathon will start at 8 am on April 1 and will go in till 8 pm on April 2.

Hackathon is a unique experiment in itself.

India is a country of youths. The youth of this country is full of energy, which will bear fruits. It will benefit the nation.

To show its innovation, creativity.. I am proud of everyone participating in this project. It is commendable. You have been working for 15 hours, but you are not tired.

There is a need to use technology more and innovate more. We live in a tech-driven era.

The youth of this country have to address a lot of issues. They are challenging. But that is also an opportunity. 

Government cannot solve all problems. People's participation is important.

The true essence of democracy is 'Jan Bhagidari'. Through this, we will solve all our problems.

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