Mukesh Ambani's view on importance of Technology for Education

Mukesh Ambani's view on Technology for Edu'n

On stressing the importance of education, the well known billionaire of India, Mukesh Ambani, shares his views on 'How technology helps improve education?'


Mukesh Ambani was a part of the discussion 'Re-imagining India: Unlocking the Potential of Asia's Next Superpower'. Read on to know the opinions shared by Mukesh Ambani.

On stressing the importance of Education he said, "It enables people to embrace tools of technology."
"Education, livelihood and health are the three most important issues faced in India, which aspires to be a superpower."

"If I think about re-imagined India, to my mind education, livelihood- the ability to earn today- and health are the three most important things before the country."

"Take broadband Technology- It is providing access to opportunities irrespective of geographies. So, you can access them in all the 5,432 small towns and cities, and 6,00,000 villages in a matter of a couple pf years and then scale up. That is what gives me optimism and positivity."

"Today we have a current account defict. Bulk of it is because of import of energy (oil and gas). For a country like India, there is no other option but to rely on technology, even to solve our energy problems."

"But a per-requisite to that is education- to make 250 million young Indians acquire skills and make most of available technology."

"The Asia's third largest economy has an efficient education system but there was a need to make it more effective."

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