NEP 2020 will become milestone for education and skill development: Union Minister

NEP 2020 will become milestone for education and skill development: Union Minister

Last Updated Sep - 22 - 2022, 10:37 AM | Source : FELA News | Visitors : 7

Anurag Thakur said that under ‘Skill India’ program the youth of the country have been provided with maximum employment opportunities to build a good career.
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New Delhi: Union minister Anurag Thakur attended the 65th convocation of the college at Varinder Auditorium of Doaba College, Jalandhar. While addressing the convocation, he said that the central government has taken a revolutionary step in the fields of Sports, Education, Skill development, and regional language education by bringing a new Education Policy. Talking about the ‘Skill India’ program, union minister said that the youth of the country have been provided with maximum employment opportunities and countless opportunities have been provided to build a good career in the country and abroad by paying special attention to soft skills.

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"To save the country's youth generation from brain drain and we would have to enable them to move towards brain gain," the minister said.

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Talking about women empowerment, Mr. Thakur said, "The biggest proof of which is that women are advancing in every field- especially Education and Sports, that is an ideal picture of today's changing India." The minister also praised the government's 'Digital India' program, saying, "Now more and more financial transactions are being done online or through UPI in the country."

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