Sachin Pilot returns to India after London meet, Armenia visit

Minister of State for Communications and Information Technology, Sachin Pilot, has inaugurated the India-Armenia Centre for Excellence in ICT, in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. The centre has been completed with an assistance of Rs 7.5 crore by the Indian Government. The centre has been set up under a bilateral agreement signed in June 2009. Mr Pilot inaugurated the centre along with the Prime Minister of Armenia, Mr Tigran Sargsyan. Speaking on the occasion, Mr Pilot said, “The centre should be viewed as reaffirmation of India's commitment to stand and act as a reliable partner of Armenia in its developmental efforts”.
India's development assistance to Armenia covers human resource development and capacity building, agro-engineering, and several projects in ICT sector. India, with its experience in the field of ICT, and Armenia with its high IT literacy were natural partners, the Minister said.  Armenian government is interested in development of cooperation with India in the field of tourism, Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan said during the meeting with Indian Minister of Communication and Information Technologies Sachin Pilot. 
Minister of Communications and Information Technology Sachin Pilot also visited Armenian State Polytechnic University (ASPU) and was awarded with golden medal. ASPU chancellor Ara Avetisyan praised the IT sphere steps directed to the cooperation development between Armenia and India, ASPU press service informed Armenian News-NEWs.am. “Opening of the center in Yerevan will essentially support the education institutions to prepare high-qualified professionals in the IT sphere,” the chancellor stated. Avetisyan awarded Pilot with golden medal.
Sachin pilot returned to india after representing India at International Cyber Meet, London. Yesterday in Jodhpur Pilot said Adwani's Jan Chetna Yatra is flop show as Jan Chetna Yatra lost the motive of corruption free india while BJP is more intrested in making personal comments on politician so Jan chetna yatra fail to connect people and its motive.