Madhya Pradesh will become number one state in the use of drones

 Madhya Pradesh will now work tirelessly to become the number one state in the use of drones. State Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said this. He said in this regard that the government is working in all directions to make "self-reliant Madhya Pradesh". In this direction, drone technology has also been adopted prominently in the state. We will make Madhya Pradesh the number one state in the use of drone technology.

State's first drone school launched

Chief Minister Shivraj Chouhan was addressing the inauguration program of the state's first Drone School in Gwalior on Thursday evening. He along with Union Minister of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Narendra Singh Tomar and Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia inaugurated the state's first Drone School and newly constructed Boys Hostel of MITS at Madhav Institute of Technology and Science (MITS), Gwalior.

Five drone schools to open in Madhya Pradesh

Five drone schools are going to open in Madhya Pradesh. Of these, the first school has been started in Gwalior on Thursday. The state government has formulated a new startup policy, under which the government will provide full financial and technical help in bringing innovations of the youth on the ground. The students of Indore have developed companies ranging from 800 to one thousand crores by starting new startups. By taking advantage of the government's startup policy, the youth of Gwalior can also create new startups. Our resolve is that the youth of the state should become job givers not job seekers.

Youth become self-reliant by taking advantage of drone agriculture policy

Drone technology is being given a special boost in the field of agriculture in the country. In the near future, revolutionary progress will emerge from the use of this technology. The Agriculture Department of the Government of India has released the Drone Policy, under which 12th pass children can get good employment as a drone pilot by getting a grant of up to Rs 4 lakh. Similarly, if agricultural graduates want to set up a unit of drone technology, then they can get a grant of up to five lakhs. Apart from this, institutions can also get up to 100 percent grant under the drone policy of agriculture. Drone technology is playing an important role in getting the ownership of the house to the people of rural areas. Similarly, drone technology has proved to be revolutionary in thwarting the locust attack.

Two and a half thousand drone pilots will be prepared in a year through drone schools

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's dream is that India should become a leader not a follower of any country. To realize this concept, efforts are being made to take drones to every village and door to door. On December 11, an announcement was made to open five drone schools in the state. It is a matter of happiness that after completing all the formalities within just 90 days, the first Drone School has started in Gwalior today.

Around 500 young drone pilots will be ready in a year

Every month 40 to 50 children will be trained in drone technology in this drone school. In this way about 500 young drone pilots will be prepared in a year. Drone pilot trained youth will be able to easily earn an average income of 30 thousand rupees every month. About 2.5 thousand drone pilots will be ready in a year when all the five drone schools of Madhya Pradesh are started. Expressing happiness, he said that at present Madhya Pradesh is one of the leading states in the country in the use of drone technology. 

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