20 military officers of National Defense College call on the Governor Anandiben Patel
Lucknow: State Governor Anandiben Patel met 20 military officers of National Defense College, New Delhi at Raj Bhavan. Brigadier A. Agarwal informed the Governor that the 63rd session of military officers’ training is going on in the college. In this session, 150 officers are under training, who have been sent in seven groups to seven different states for study.
Military officers who came to Uttar Pradesh took information from the Governor about the development of Uttar Pradesh in the form of an economic model.
During the discussion, the Governor talked about the development works done in the state in the last years, cooperation of universities in development activities outside the campus, contribution of university students in the development of education and health in villages, development of arrangements at Anganwadi centers, farmers mentioned the priority of educational works in the interest and the changes brought about by the welfare schemes of the Center and the State.
He said that our aim is that the benefits of the development works should reach the last beneficiary. In this sequence, the Governor also discussed with the military officers the various activities being conducted at the Raj Bhavan, such as organizing traditional games, flower shows etc. He said that Uttar Pradesh is a state rich in natural resources. It has a large number of rivers and apart from its large population, it also has a lot of potential to irrigate other states as well.
Trainees from Sri Lanka, Russia, Nepal, Indonesia, United Kingdom and Burma were also included in the trainee military officers who came to meet the Governor.