Prime Minister Narendra Modi to launch and unveil various development projects in Bengaluru today
the Prime Minister will visit the prestigious Indian Institute of Science.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be inaugurating and launching various development programmes during his two days visit to Bengaluru and Mysuru today and tomorrow.
After arriving in Bengaluru at noon today, the Prime Minister will visit the prestigious Indian Institute of Science.
He will inaugurate the Brain Cell Research Centre, which is established at a cost of 450 crore rupees donated by Kris Gopalakrishnan, the co-founder of Infosys.
The Prime minister will also lay foundation stone for an 850 bed Bagchi-Parthasarathy Research hospital at IISc being funded by MindTree IT company.
The Prime Minister will address a public gathering at Kommaghatta near Kengeri where he will inaugurate various development projects, including laying the foundation stones for Bengaluru Suburban Railway project, certain road projects and Multi-modal Logistic Parks.
Several upgraded Industrial Training Institutes of Karnataka will also be dedicated to the nation.
In the evening he will unveil the statue of Babsaheb Ambedkar at the BR Ambedkar school of Economics campus and officially dedicate the higher education institution to the nation.
Following this, the Prime Minister will proceed to Mysuru where he will address a public gathering at Maharaja College Grounds.
Tomorrow, PM Modi will take part in the International Day of Yoga to be held in front of iconic Mysuru Palace.
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The suburban rail project to be taken up at a cost of 15000 crore rupees will connect Bengaluru city with its suburbs through a rail based transit system. It is likely to be completed by 2026.
The country's first and only fully air conditioned railway station modelled like an airport will be dedicated to the nation by the Prime Minister. The station is named after great engineering visionary Sir M Vishveshwarayya. Bagchi-Parthasarathy Research hospital will integrate science, engineering and medicine on a single campus. This not for profit multi-speciality hospital for clinical research will be fully digital, leveraging advanced computing and communication and is likely to contribute substantially to the healthcare sector.
The Brain Cell Research Centre will work on relative functions of the brain to create better understanding of the factors leading to diseases. The 150 upgraded ITIs to be dedicated by the Prime Minister to the nation, will extend training in state of the art trades.