Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 21
Asserting that the federal government will develop new curriculum of administration and engineering institutes collectively, Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank on Friday asserted that efforts can be made to cease expertise and patents from leaving the nation.
Saying that now onwards 5 per cent of the scholars of IIMs and IITs would work with the trade throughout their research, the minister on the All India Management Association convocation stated “now we will stop both talent and patent from leaving the country”.
He stated some 7.5 lakh to eight lakh Indian college students go abroad searching for their future and within the course of Rs 1.5 lakh crore flows in another country.
“India is contributing to the excellence of other countries,” he noticed, including that the proof of the nation’ excellence in training displays in CEOs of Google and Microsoft who studied in India.
Elaborating on the imaginative and prescient and goals of the just lately introduced New Education Policy, he described it as the muse stone of a brand new golden India.
NEP is India-centric and technology-centric, he stated, including that India can be the primary nation on this planet to introduce Artificial Intelligence as a topic from Class 6 at school.
The Minister congratulated AIMA college students for receiving their administration levels, diplomas and certificates.
At the convocation held on Thursday, 17 college students have been offered PhDs in Business Administration, a course run by AIMA in partnership with Aligarh Muslim University. AIMA’s flagship Post-Graduate Diploma in Management was offered to 603 college students. The Post-Graduate Diploma in IT Management was given to 13 college students and 925 college students have been awarded certificates and diplomas for finishing varied brief and specialised administration programs.
Delivering the keynote deal with, AICTE Chairman Anil Sahasrabudhe appreciated AIMA for holding the nation’s first totally on-line convocation. He identified that Covid had allowed larger training and regulation to go surfing although AICTE had confronted stiff resistance for 2 years in digitalizing the approval course of.
AIMA president Sanjay Kirloskar hailed the Minister of Education for introducing a visionary training coverage. “I congratulate the government for providing a state-of-the-art framework for modernising education in India,” he stated. He appreciated the NEP for selling India’s integration into the worldwide training system and making India an training hub.