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GANDHINAGAR: Speaking at the National Forensic Sciences University (NFSU) convocation, Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan expressed optimism that India would emerge as a developed nation and a global intellectual leader by 2047. He emphasized that as this vision unfolds, the responsibility to uphold justice would become more crucial.

Pradhan highlighted Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s goal for India to achieve developed status by 2047, and he shared the belief that India’s intellectual leadership would contribute to a world characterized by increased brotherhood, transparency, and sensitivity. Referring to India’s historical approach of viewing the world as one family, Pradhan emphasized that the responsibility to interpret justice would grow in significance.

Drawing a parallel with the ongoing construction of the grand temple of Lord Ram in Ayodhya, Pradhan touched on the concept of “Ram Rajya,” associating Lord Ram’s governance with the principles of management science. He lauded forensic science as a scientific process integral to this vision.

Pradhan recognized the evolving nature of forensic science, noting its expansion beyond traditional crime investigation to include cybersecurity. He commended the university for developing a cutting-edge tax collective mechanism analysis, aligning with the government’s focus on faceless tax mechanisms.

Highlighting the changing landscape of tax evasion, Pradhan encouraged the graduates to be competent practitioners in this innovative field. He also referenced Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s announcement about the creation of over 10,000 opportunities in forensic science with the introduction of new laws. Pradhan assured NFSU students that they would benefit from these opportunities.

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