5G technology is going to bring positive changes in the governance of the country, ease of living and ease of doing business – Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi.
Prime Minister Modi launched 5G services in India during the inauguration of the India Mobile Congress (IMC 2022) inin Delhi on 1st October, 2022.
Possibilities of 5G in Education.
On the day of inauguration our Honorable Prime Minister Modi virtually addressed a group of students. He asked them whether they prefer the bookish manner of instruction over technology-based learning, the students replied that they prefer the latter because it was significantly interactive. In fact, the students confessed their excitement towards classroom learning on every day basis. It shows that in future with the help of 5G, classes can be more interactive and students will understand the concepts clearly.
5G is the next big thing for education in many ways, like:
The rise of intelligent classrooms
This marked a leap in the way students learn and teachers disseminate concepts. The workload on the teachers has also reduced somewhat. Rather than teaching en masse, teachers are now focusing on individual students, helping them learn and grow.
The reach of online education
The pandemic and resulting lockdown changed the way students learn and understand. Instead of confining their ideas and understanding to the blackboard, online learning has opened their minds and imaginations.
Possibilities of 5G in agriculture
India is the second largest producer of wheat and rice, the world’s major food staples. Agriculture is the backbone of the Indian economy and has registered impressive growth over the last few decades.
5G on the common man will be digitally transforming agriculture and health sectors. 5G technology will disrupt the agriculture sector benefiting the masses. Although 60 per cent of the workforce in our country is engaged in agriculture, the contribution of agriculture in GDP is only 18 per cent. Few of the inefficiencies of the present agriculture system can be resolved through technology.
“5G on the common man will be digitally transforming agriculture and health sectors. 5G technology will disrupt the agriculture sector benefiting the masses. Although 60 per cent of the workforce in our country is engaged in agriculture, the contribution of agriculture in GDP is only 18 per cent. Few of the inefficiencies of the present agriculture system can be resolved through technology.
5G will revolutionize the agriculture sector by realizing precision agriculture, achieving best cost realization, optimizing utilization of crop and livestock resources, smart management and ensuring best price for the end users. 5G enabled drones can be deployed for remote sensing of farms and spraying fertilizers/ pesticides/insecticides.
“Rapid evolution of technology is impacting the lives of people by enabling faster communication, interaction, easy access to information, thus improving the quality of life. Additional services and higher throughputs have constantly been driving the newer generations of mobility networks.”
– Bonthu Swarna Varshitha