“India is today the most youthful country in the world. When the average age of the world is leaning toward old age it is getting younger in our country. Now, need is to create the manpower based on skill development of this young generation for rapid progress of the country,” said Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Saturday.
Fadnavis was speaking after inaugurating the two-day 46th ‘Mid-Term Discussion’ on the subject “Effects of technology on skill development” being held at Sipna Engineering College in Amravati. Others seated on the dais include President of The Institute of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers Dr Smruti Dagar, TPPC President Dr M H Kori, Dr J W Bakal, P K Jagiya, Prof Ajay Thakre, Dr S A Ladhke, and others. Guardian Minister Pravin Pote, former minister Jagdish Gupta, MP Anandrao Adsul, MLA Anil Bonde, Divisional Commissioner Dnyaneshwar Rajurkar, District Collector Kiran Gitte were also present.
Fadnavis said, there are a lot of opportunities for research activities. This research should be utilized for welfare of poorer and downtrodden sections of the society.
Dr Smruti Dagar, Dr Kori and Dr Ladhke also expressed their views. At the outset, Ajay Thakre made introductory speech while vote of thanks was proposed by Dr J W Bakal. A large number of teachers, employees and citizens were present on the occasion.