Minister of Family and Social Services Yanık spoke on the “Techno Children’s Day”:

According to news from Anadolu Agency;

ADANA (AA) – Minister of Family and Social Services Derya Yanık noted that as a ministry, they attach great importance to children and young people being consciously introduced to science and technology , be productive in this area and elevate them with a perspective that brings their new ideas and unique projects to life.

Minister Yanık expressed his joy to be with the city’s children on the “Techno Children’s Day”, held in cooperation with Çukurova (ÇÜ) Technokent University, as part of the Day National Day of Sovereignty and Children of April 23.

Recalling that Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk gave April 23 to the children of the world, Yanık said that they started celebrating this holiday early.

Burning said it celebrated National Sovereignty and Children’s Day on April 23 with the funniest and most exciting form of technology this year, and said, “Today, on our techno childhood, many activities ranging from robotics workshops to artificial intelligence, from our toy truck to sports activities, songs and concerts. On our “Techno Children’s Day”, we want you to that is to say, the inventors of the future, as scientists, have started our activities in this field today. Contrary to the word “invention”, invent, make an effort to bring your creative ideas to life. look here today, in the eyes of all of you, I see a spark that will make this invention.” he said.

Stating that they will do their best to ensure that the radiance of children never fades, Yanık said children will bring peace and well-being to the whole world.

– Emphasis on “science and technology” potential for Çukurova residents

Minister Yanık pointed out that Adana, which has shaped important names in art, politics and sports, especially in agriculture and industry, will achieve the same breakthrough in science and technology, and continued his remarks as follows:

“The intelligent and hardworking people of Çukurova will do in science and technology what Yaşar Kemal did in literature and Şener Şen in cinema, with the inventions they will make and the new technologies they will produce. Dear children, we have full confidence in you. A friend of ours who drinks Çukurova water is into software. has the potential to make world-shaking inventions in coding, robotics and other fields. I know that we have very successful friends here at Çukurova Technopolis in this sense. As a person who grew up in this country, I have always been very proud to be a member of our Çukurova. Doing things that will benefit all people that you will be happy to follow, you will be the heroes that the children after you will take up as an example. That is how real superheroism is.

– “We have at heart the initiation of our children and young people to science and technology”

Explaining the importance of science, computing and technology, Minister Derya Yanık said:

“As a ministry, we place great importance on consciously introducing our children and youth to science and technology, being productive in this area, and raising them with an attitude that will bring their new ideas and their unique projects. We use dozens of products, including coding and software, in our daily lives. Our cell phones, computers, cars, televisions, in short, all intelligent systems and electronic devices… Who is the inventor of each of them? these inventions? How did they work? How did they realize their crazy ideas? If we don’t understand, we will only be consumers, but we must be producers and the Just like we have to be people who work to make planes, who don’t expect others to invent like Vecihi Hürkuş, Nuri Demirağ, Nuri Killigil, Selçuk Bayraktar, who know produce.”

– Holiday gift for kids

Governor Süleyman Elban and Rector of UC Prof. Dr. At the event where Meryem Tuncel also gave a speech, singer Şükriye Tutkun sang songs with the young people.

Later, Minister Yanık chatted with children, including Ukrainians, in the event area.

Burning, visiting the booth displaying paintings and crafts made by children under state protection, also looked at coding studies.

Various gifts were given to the children during the event.

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