Tiruchirappalli: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday attended the 38th Convocation Ceremony of Bharathidasan University in Tamil Nadu. Governor RN Ravi and CM MK Stalin were also present at the Convocation Ceremony. Earlier today, PM Modi was received by the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and Governor.
"PM @narendramodi reached Tiruchirappalli a short while ago. He was received by Tamil Nadu Governor, RN Ravi, Chief Minister, Thiru @mkstalin, Union Minister of State, Thiru @Murugan_MoS and other dignitaries," the Prime Minister Office (PMO) posted on X.
At the 38th Convocation Ceremony of Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli, the Prime Minister gave awards to the meritorious students of the university.
PM to inaugurate series of projects
The Prime Minister is on a two-day visit to the South of the country where he will inaugurate, dedicate the nation and lay the foundation stone of multiple development projects worth more than Rs 19,850 crore related to the aviation, rail, road, oil and gas, shipping and higher education sectors.
Inauguration of new terminal building of Trichy airport
The Prime Minister is also scheduled to inaugurate the new terminal building of the Trichy airport.
The new terminal building has been developed at a cost of more than Rs 1100 crore. The two-level new international terminal can serve more than 44 lakh passengers annually and about 3,500 during peak hours, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) informed earlier through an official release.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Tamil Nadu, Lakshadweep and Kerala over two days, on January 2 and 3.