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NEP will achieve economic growth for India: Kerala Governor Arif Khan

Speaking at a non-public college’s occasion right here by way of video conferencing, Khan additionally confused the necessity for bettering the standard of training if the nation is to reap the dividends of being a “young nation”.

PTI, Noida

PUBLISHED ON MAR 16, 2021 09:27 AM IST

The economic growth of India requires numerous scientists, technicians and engineers and an training system primarily based on the New Education Policy (NEP) will achieve this, Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan mentioned on Monday.

Speaking at a non-public college’s occasion right here by way of video conferencing, Khan additionally confused the necessity for bettering the standard of training if the nation is to reap the dividends of being a “young nation”.

“We all know that education is the greatest weapon for empowerment, in every society it is the most potential power and game-changer which moulds the character of people and enhances their self-esteem and makes them aware of their social responsibility,” the Governor mentioned at the valedictory operate of Amity Youth Festival 2021.

He mentioned India is an historic civilisation nevertheless it retains renewing itself via younger generations and feels no hesitation in embracing new concepts from all sources.

“The economic growth of our country requires large number of scientists, technicians and engineers and our education system with the New Education Policy will achieve this,” Khan mentioned. 

He mentioned India is projected as a “young nation” which might have largest inhabitants of younger folks within the working age by 2030. 

“This demographic dividend will place young Indians in a position to pursue best careers in the world to utilize this opportunity,” he mentioned, in keeping with a press release.

“Therefore, it is essential to improve the quality of education to make it relevant in terms of providing employment opportunity which requires a new vision for education driven dynamically by changing industry needs,” he added.

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