NOIDA– On 9th March, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya Institute of Archaeology in Greater Noida. PM Modi, after inaugurating, said, “The institute is setup with an aim of providing the modern education and amenities to the students and researchers.
PM Modi was quite happy with the way Noida has transformed and he expressed the same while addressing the mob. Noida is a hub of development and multiple job opportunities for the youth. He sees Noida as the largest hub of ‘Make in India’ campaign all across the nation. Prime Minister also stated that there are so many electronic and other companies in Noida, including the mobile factory of world’s largest company.
The Prime Minister also talked about the under construction Jewar Airport in Uttar Pradesh, which is going to be the largest airport of India. Once after completion, Jewar airport will not only make the live easy but also help Uttar Pradesh with economical point of view. PM said that new India is under construction.
About Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya Institute of Archaeology
Spread in a sprawling campus of 25- acre, Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya Institute of Archaeology is constructed in a cost of Rs. 289 crore. The building of the institute is rated 3-star and packed with all the modern amenities and technologies.
There is an auditorium in the institute with a seating capacity of 1000 people along with an archeological museum and an open air theatre. Ministry of Culture will act as the regulatory body over the Institute of Archaeology (IA)- an academic wing of ASI.
The institute will focus on providing such an academic environment for the students to support them and fuel them with enthusiasm so that their full potential can be utilized.