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Know PM Narendra Modi Biography- Early life, Prime Minister
On 26th May 2014 Narendra Modi took oath as the Prime Minister of India, becoming the first ever PM to be born after India attained Independence.

Dynamic, dedicated and determined, Narendra Modi reflects the aspiration and hope of over a billion Indians. Narendra Damodardas Modi born 17 September 1950) is the 15th and current Prime Minister of India, in office since 26 May 2014. Modi, a leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), was the Chief Minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014 and is the Member of Parliament (MP) from Varanasi. He led the BJP in the 2014 general election, which gave the party a majority in the Lok Sabha (the lower house of the Indian parliament) – a first for any party since 1984 – and was credited for 2014 BJP electoral victories in the states of Haryana, Maharashtra, Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir.

Early life and education
Modi was born on 17 September 1950 to a family of grocers in Vadnagar, Mehsana district, Bombay State (present-day Gujarat). His family belonged to the Modh-Ghanchi-Teli (oil-presser) community, which is categorised as an Other Backward Class by the Indian government. He was the third of six children born to Damodardas Mulchand (1915-1989) and Heeraben Modi (b. c. 1920).As a child, Modi helped his father sell tea at the Vadnagar railway station, and later ran a tea stall with his brother near a bus terminus. He completed his higher secondary education in Vadnagar in 1967, where a teacher described him as an average student and a keen debater with an interest in theatre. An early gift for rhetoric in debates was noted by teachers and students. Modi preferred playing larger-than-life characters in theatrical productions, which has influenced his political image.

Narender Modi and RSS
At age eight, Modi discovered the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), and began attending its local shakhas (training sessions). There he met Lakshmanrao Inamdar, popularly known as Vakil Saheb, who inducted him as an RSS balswayamsevak (junior cadet) and became his political mentor. While Modi was training with the RSS, he also met Vasant Gajendragadkar and Nathalal Jaghda, Bharatiya Jana Sangh leaders who were founding members of the BJP's Gujarat unit in 1980.

Narender Modi's Engagement and early life.
Engaged while still a child to a local girl, Jashodaben Narendrabhai Modi, Modi rejected the arranged marriage at the same time he graduated from high school resulting familial tensions contributed to his decision to leave home in 1967. He spent the ensuing two years travelling across northern and north-eastern India, though few details of where he went have emerged. In interviews, Modi has described visiting Hindu ashrams founded by Swami Vivekananda: the Belur Math near Kolkata, followed by the Advaita Ashrama in Almora and the Ramakrishna mission in Rajkot. He remained only a short time at each, since he lacked the required college education. Reaching the Belur Math in the early summer of 1968 and being turned away, Modi wandered through Calcutta, West Bengal and Assam, stopping by Siliguri and Guwahati. He then went to the Ramakrishna ashram in Almora, where he was again rejected, before travelling back to Gujarat via Delhi and Rajasthan in 1968-69. Sometime in late 1969 or early 1970, Modi returned to Vadnagar for a brief visit before leaving again for Ahmedabad.There he lived with his uncle, working in the latter's canteen at the Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation. In Ahmedabad Modi renewed his acquaintance with Inamdar, who was based at Hedgewar Bhavan (RSS headquarters) in the city.After the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, he stopped working for his uncle and became a full-time pracharak (campaigner) for the RSS. In 1978 Modi became an RSS sambhaag pracharak (regional organiser), and received a degree in political science after a distance-education course from Delhi University. Five years later, he received a Master of Arts degree in political science from Gujarat University.

Chief Minister of Gujarat (2001–14)

Modi's 5 big ideas to transform India after becoming PM.
Jan Dhan Yojana
With a substantial section of society still outside the ambit of the formal financial system, the recent initiative which aims to bring the excluded into the banking system over the next few years is a laudable one.

Swachh Bharat
A brilliant event manager,” L K Advani sa­id of former protégé Na­r­­endra Modi in Ap­r­il. On October 2, Modi showed how he is ar­g­u­a­b­ly the most-skil­l­­ed mass comm­u­n­i­c­a­t­or among Indian leaders.

Make in India
While successive governments have acknowledged the need to raise the share of manufacturing in GDP, there has been a mismatch between policies and the rhetoric.

Digital India
In his first Independence Day speech, the prime minister captivated the youth by talking of his dream of a Digital India by 2019.

Smart Cities
One of the ideas from the BJP poll mani­fe­sto, this saw early action. In its first Bu­d­get in July, this government allocat­ed Rs 7,060 crore (Rs 70.60 billion) for smart cities, though the initial estimate for the project was Rs 35,000 crore per annum.

Global Contributions by Narendra Modi
Foreign policy Asian South Asian Middle Eastern Neighbourhood first Act East policy Trips abroad Yoga Day New Development Bank Solar alliance

National Contributions and Schemes by Narendra Modi
Beti Bachao,
Beti Padhao Sukanya Samriddhi
Diamond Quadrilateral
HRIDAY Housing for all Jeevan Pramaan Jan Dhan Yojana
Mudra Yojana
Jeevan Jyoti Suraksha Bima
Atal Pension Yojana
Adarsh Gram Yojana
Gram Jyoti
Unnat Bharat Abhiyan
SAARC Satellite

Digital India
Make in India
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
Skill India
Start Up India

AMRUT Smart cities TB-Mission 2020
Establishments MUDRA Bank
Laws National Waterway Bill, 2015


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