New Delhi: A technology conclave “Vision New India 2022” was organised by IIT Madras in IIT Madras Research Park recently. The theme of this conclave was “Development for all through Technology”. Minister of State for Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises Arjun Ram Meghwal inaugurated the conclave in presence of additional secretary, DP&HI, Chairman SCOPE & CMD NLC India Limited Rakesh Kumar and the IIT Madras faculty.
Speaking on the occasion Chairman, SCOPE asserted the need for industry and academia to come together to bridge the skill gap of the talent and talent required by the industry. He pointed out that the ambitious plan of creating a new India through “Strategy for New India @ 75” could only be achieved if the younger generation is equipped with the necessary skills required in the current volatile market environment.
"Industry and academia need to come together to bridge the skill gap of the talent required by the industry, and 'Strategy for New India @ 75' could only be achieved if the younger generation is equipped with the necessary skills required in the current volatile market environment"- Rakesh Kumar, Chairman SCOPE & CMD, NLC
The Chief Executives from various Public Sector Enterprises and other organizations also participated in varied panel discussions like the role of CSR in technology, leveraging CSR funding for nation-building etc in Vision new India 2022.
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