New Delhi: PM Modi – “Empowering India’s Youth: A Message of Hope and Skill Development”
It’s admirable that someone thought to create a festival dedicated to skill development, bringing together organizations working in the field from all around the country. It highlights the growing influence of India’s young population and the shifting objectives of modern India. Through the use of modern means of communication, this meeting brings together thousands of bright young minds.
To my fellow young people,
Natural resources, mineral wealth, and extensive coastlines are all strengths shared by many countries. But the true force behind tapping on this potential is the strength of its young population. If a country has a robust youth population, it will flourish. India is recognizing this and is taking unprecedented steps to empower its youth, which is aiding in the country’s overall change.
India is taking a two-pronged approach to this problem, focusing first on educating and training its young people so that they can seize new chances, and second on strengthening established industries that employ them. To achieve this goal, the Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana is teaching millions of young people and opening new medical colleges like the Indian Institutes of Technology and the Indian Institutes of Management. At the same time, India is at the forefront of many industries, including exports of goods and services, mobile technology, electronics, services, defense, and manufacturing, all of which present exciting new opportunities for the country’s young people in areas as diverse as space exploration, entrepreneurship, drone technology, animation, electric vehicles, and semiconductors.
This century, it is now widely acknowledged, will be India’s. The ever-younger population of the country plays a crucial role. India’s young population is seen as a benefit by countries throughout the world that are struggling with an aging population. The G20 Summit’s acceptance of India’s proposal on global skill mapping bodes well for the country’s young people.
The Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana is a cornerstone of India’s historic investment in skill development. New skill centers have been constructed around industrial clusters to meet the needs of industry, and the program has already trained about 1.5 crore young people.
Learning, upgrading, and re-skilling are the new normal in today’s fast-paced world. Job requirements are dynamic, therefore it’s important to keep learning and growing in your field. As a result, organizations in business, academia, and training must adapt to these changes. The PM Vishwakarma Yojana and the opening of new ITIs demonstrate India’s dedication to updating ancient skills with cutting-edge technology.
As India’s economy grows, more and more doors will open for the country’s young people. Job growth and the unemployment rate have both hit record lows in recent surveys. Both rural and urban areas are reaping the advantages, with more women entering the workforce than ever before.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) also believes that India’s economy will continue to expand at the quickest rate of any major economy for the foreseeable future. The IMF strongly endorses India’s ambition to become one of the world’s top three economies, and this is in line with that objective.
These days, the options available to you are practically endless. India hopes to elevate its status in the international community by becoming a center for highly trained workers and innovative solutions. There must be no end to the process of education and development. I truly hope that you achieve every goal you set for yourself in life. Much appreciation, and best wishes!