Prime Minister Modi
'Farmers' faith in e-NAM has grown,' says Prime Minister Modi at a digital India event. Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with digital India beneficiaries and listened to their tales on how the programme has impacted their lives. Prime Minister Narendra Modi engaged with participants of different programs on the sixth anniversary of Digital India on Thursday. Various beneficiaries, ranging from students to farmers,
told their stories on how embracing digital techniques made their life simpler. Suhani Sahu, a DIKSHA recipient from Uttar Pradesh, kicked up the conversation. DIKSHA, according to Sahu, a Class 5 student, has made her lessons more interesting and entertaining. "We receive a link on WhatsApp where we get to learn a lot of things. There are many cartoons also on the platform”, she stated. DIKSHA is a digital infrastructure for instructors across the country.
The Prime Minister inaugurated the Digital India programme on 1 July 2015. As part of the platform, all instructors around the country have been given modern digital technology. PM Modi next met with a farmer in Maharashtra, Prahlad Borghad. He informed PM Modi how the e-NAM platform opened the floodgates to small-scale farmers like him. As farmers like him had to travel nowhere,
the digital effort decreased the transportation strain. PM Modi stated that such information should be shared with other farmers in order to boost their confidence in e-NAM." We have been using the platform since 2018. We are getting more value for our produce and able to sell it conveniently," said Borghad." With the improvement in technology, I hope more people will be able to use telemedicine," the Prime Minister said
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