New Delhi, May 11: “Technology is best when it brings people together” well quoted as people today are drowned in the era of technology so much that we don’t have one to one interactions with our people. Like every coin has two sides, same way technology has its bad and good side too. Let us develop the sense of unity and learning with new technology on this National Technology Day.
Technology is an essential part of our lives today and few can imagine living without. The importance of technology in our daily lives is undeniable. This is due to the fact that in today’s dynamic world, life without technology is meaningless. We achieved a lot with the help of technology, for example we can now be in contact with the people who are miles apart from us, we can book tickets right from our home, etc.
On the eve of National Technology Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted saying that “Let us further integrate technology in our society. The transformative potential of technology is immense.” Also Health Minister J P Nadda, Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu, CM of Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Singh Chouhan and many others extended greeting on the occasion of National Technology Day.
Technology shapes the future and it can help to make it compatible with nature. It can help us to develop clean energy, transport possibilities with less emissions and low-energy houses to save resources. Technology is not only about technology itself or more efficiency and discovering new methods and processes; we have to add the component of art which is about to make wise choices for the future of technology. We should not develop technology because of itself, but to develop it, because it adds value to society and simplifies human life. For this, it needs to be discussed with experts from many fields and we have to relate the technology to the organization and the culture in which it should operate.
Importance of technology prevails in everyday life not only for us but for nature and animals. On one side with the help of remarkable technology India carved its name in breaking records by launching 104 satellites at one go but on the other side the technology has overpowered so much that countries across the globe use it as the weapon of destruction.