While Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to fly to Chennai, Tamil Nadu on Monday, he took to micro-blogging site and urged people to share ideas for the speech that he would deliver at the convocation ceremony
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday (September 29) sought ideas for the speech he would deliver at the convocation ceremony of IIT-Madras on Monday.
In Chennai, Tamil Nadu, he would also participate in the prize distribution ceremony of the Singapore-India Hackathon.
"Tomorrow I would be in Chennai for the convocation ceremony of @iitmadras. I look forward to being with some of India's brightest minds," he tweeted.
He also urged people, especially IITians and IIT alumni, to share their ideas for his speech.
He said the ideas could be shared on the open forum on the "NaMo App".
Describing the hackathon a great mix of youth power and innovation, he said it brings together the most beautiful young minds finding long-lasting solutions to the problems India faces.
"Will take part in the prize distribution ceremony of this Hackathon in Chennai tomorrow (Monday)," he said in another tweet.
Earlier, PM Modi greeted the nation on the occasion of Navratri and expressed hope that the nine-day festival will fill the countrymen with new energy and zeal.
He is also known to observe fast for nine-days, a practice that he has been following for the past many years.
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Last Updated 29, Sep 2019, 11:42 AM