On the 20th and 21st of June, 2022, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Karnataka. At approximately 12:30 p.m. on the 20th of June, the Prime Minister will visit the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Bengaluru, where he will launch the Centre for Brain Research (CBR) and lay the cornerstone for the Bagchi-Parthasarathy Multispecialty Hospital. At approximately 1:45 p.m., he will pay a visit to Dr. B R Ambedkar School of Economics (BASE), Bengaluru, where he would inaugurate the new campus of BASE University and unveil a statue of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar. Karnataka's Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) would be transformed into 150 'Technology Hubs' that will be presented to the nation. Subsequently, at approximately 2:45 PM, the Prime Minister will arrive in Bengaluru's Kommaghatta, where he will inaugurate and lay the foundation stone for numerous rail and road infrastructure projects totaling more than Rs 27,000 crore. Prime Minister will then attend a public function at Maharaja's College Ground, Mysuru, where he will lay the foundation stone of the Coaching terminal at Naganahalli Railway Station and dedicate the 'Centre of Excellence for Persons with Communication Disorders' at the All India Institute of Speech and Hearing to the nation (AIISH). After that, at approximately 7 p.m., the Prime Minister will visit Sri Suttur Math in Mysuru, followed by Sri Chamundeshwari Temple in Mysuru at approximately 7:45 p.m.
On the occasion of the 8th International Day of Yoga, the Prime Minister will participate in a Mass Yoga Demonstration on the Mysore Palace ground about 06:30 AM on June 21.
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In an effort to improve transportation and connectivity in Bengaluru, the Prime Minister will lay the cornerstone for the Bengaluru Suburban rail project (BSRP), which will link the city to its suburbs and satellite towns. The project, which is to be constructed at a cost of more than Rs. 15,700 crore, consists of four corridors with a total route length of more than 148 kilometres. In addition, the Prime Minister will lay the cornerstone for the reconstruction of Bengaluru Cantt. and Yesvantpur Junction railway stations, which would cost around 500 crore rupees and 375 crore rupees, respectively.
During the programme, the Prime Minister will dedicate to the nation India's first air-conditioned railway station, the Sir M Visvesvaraya Railway Station at Baiyappanahalli, which has been constructed in the style of a modern airport at a cost of approximately Rs 315 crore. The Prime Minister will also dedicate to the nation the electrification of the Konkan railway line (about 740 kilometres) from Roha (Maharashtra) to Thokur (Karnataka) by flagging off electric trains from Udupi, Madagaon, and Ratnagiri. More than 1,280 crore rupees were spent on the electrification of the Konkan railway line. Prime Minister will also dedicate to the nation two railway line doubling projects: Arsikere to Tumkuru (approx. 96 km) and Yelahanka to Penukonda (approx. The two railway line doubling projects were developed at a cost of over Rs 750 billion and Rs 1100 billion, respectively.
Throughout the programme, the Prime Minister will also lay the cornerstone for two parts of the Bengaluru Ring Road project. The project, which will be developed at a cost of more than Rs 2280 crore, will help alleviate traffic congestion in the city. In addition, the Prime Minister will lay the cornerstone for a number of other road projects, including the six-laning of the Nelamangala-Tumkur portion of NH-48, the widening of the Punjalkatte-Charmadi part of NH-73, and the rehabilitation and upgrading of a section of NH-69. The total cost of these projects is approximately Rs 3,150 crore. In addition, the Prime Minister will lay the cornerstone of the Multi Modal Logistics Park, which is being constructed in Muddalinganahalli, around 40 kilometres from Bengaluru, at a cost of approximately Rs 1.8 trillion. Transport, handling, and secondary freight costs will be reduced.
Dr. B R Ambedkar School of Economics (BASE) University's new campus in Bengaluru will be inaugurated by the Prime Minister. The residential university was established in 2017 in honour of the 125th anniversary of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar's birth and in commemoration of his extraordinary contributions to the building of independent India.
During the Program at BASE University, the Prime Minister will also dedicate to the nation 150 "Technology Hubs" that were created by reforming Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) across Karnataka. Numerous industry partners support this one-of-a-kind programme built at a cost of more than Rs 4,600 crores. It intends to develop a skilled labour force to meet Industry 4.0's manpower requirements. Through their many creative courses, these Technology Hubs will provide high-level training in cutting-edge technology and enhance career and entrepreneurial options for ITI graduates.
At IISc Bengaluru, the Prime Minister will launch the Centre for Brain Research (CBR), whose foundation stone he personally lay. The Centre is a one-of-a-kind research centre that focuses on doing crucial research to provide evidence-based public health strategies for the management of age-related brain illnesses. During the programme, the Prime Minister will also lay the cornerstone for the Bagchi Parthasarathy Multispeciality Hospital, which will have 832 beds. The Hospital will be built on the IISc Bengaluru campus and will aid in the integration of science, engineering, and medicine at the prominent institution. It will provide a significant boost to clinical research in the country and will seek creative solutions that will aid in the advancement of healthcare services in the nation.
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At a public ceremony at Maharaja's College Ground in Mysuru, the Prime Minister will lay the cornerstone for the Coaching terminal for sub-urban traffic at Naganahalli Railway Station, which would be constructed at a cost of over Rs 480 crore. The Coaching terminal will also contain a MEMU shed and will decongest the present Mysuru Yard, allowing for the operation of more MEMU train services and long-distance trains from Mysuru, hence enhancing the region's connectivity and tourism potential. This is advantageous for both daily commuters and long-distance travellers.
During the occasion, the Prime Minister will also dedicate the 'Centre of Excellence for Persons with Communication Disorders' at the All India Institute of Speech and Hearing to the nation (AIISH). It has state-of-the-art laboratories and facilities for the diagnosis, evaluation, and rehabilitation of individuals with communication problems.
The 21st of June's PM agenda
On the occasion of the 8th International Day of Yoga (IDY) on June 21, 2022, the Prime Minister, together with thousands of other participants, would hold a Mass Yoga Demonstration in Mysuru's Mysore Palace ground. In conjunction with the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav and the 8th International Yoga Day, mass yoga demonstrations will be held at 75 landmark locations around the country under the leadership of 75 Union Ministers, in addition to the Prime Minister's Yoga Demonstration in Mysore. Various educational, social, political, cultural, religious, corporate, and other civil society organisations will also have Yoga demonstrations across the country, which will be attended by billions of individuals.
Prime Minister's Yoga programme at Mysuru is also a part of the new 'Guardian Yoga Ring' plan, which is a collaborative exercise between 79 countries and United Nations bodies, along with Indian Missions overseas, to demonstrate Yoga's transcendental unifying potential. As the sun appears to move from east to west across the globe, the Mass Yoga Demonstrations in the participating countries will appear to occur sequentially, almost in unison, emphasising the notion of 'One Sun, One Earth'. This revolutionary show will be broadcast live on DD India beginning at 3 AM IST (from Fiji) and ending at 10 PM IST (from San Francisco, USA) on June 21, 2022. As part of the programme, the Prime Minister's event in Mysuru will be broadcast live on DD India beginning at 06:30 AM IST.
Every year on June 21 since 2015, the International Day of Yoga (IDY) has been observed internationally. This year's theme for Yoga Day is "Yoga for Humanity." The subject illustrates how Yoga helped humanity during the Covid Pandemic by easing misery.