National HRD Network Takes Forward PM’s Skill India Initiative

Nidhi Bahl updated on : 17 Aug 2015

A national seminar on ‘Skilling Young India for Global Leadership’ will take place on 18th August, 2015 at Hotel Marriott, Jaipur.


National Apex body of professionals committed to promoting the HRD movement in the country, National HRD Network is all set to hold a seminar on ‘Skilling Young India for Global Leadership’ in Jaipur. Bringing forward the call of PM Shri Narendra Modi’s ‘Kaushal Bharat, Kushal Bharat’ initiative, NHRDN has partnered with CII, FICCI, Jaipuria Institute of Management and Manipal University in Jaipur to understand and generate best ideas that can help shaping Indian human resource capital to take global leadership.

This seminar will start 6.45 pm onwards on 18th August, 2015 at Hotel Marriott, Jaipur. Padma Bhushan Prof. Vijay Shankar Vyas, will be chairing the seminar with two eminent guest speakers, Mr. K Ramkumar, National President of NHRDN and Mr. Sharad Jaipuria, Chairman of Jaipuria Institute of Management. For driving a healthy and fruitful discussion, a blend of discussants representing varied bodies like CII, FICCI, Manipal University, Suresh Gyan Vihar University will share their thoughts in a panel discussion with the audience.

Prof. Ashok Bapna, President, NHRDN – Jaipur Chapter, says, “India’s vast youth, that shall constitute 64% of the Indian population by 2025, will be the reason for India’s global partnership and growth. The nation will soon have the largest youth population in the world. All youth have aspirations and dreams- dreams of a good life, great career, successful business etc. For shaping this Indian human resource capital for global demand, all the educational institutions and industry should come forward and should play a key role in succeeding Skill India initiative. ”

Under the PM’s ambitious project ‘Skill India, Successful India’, government aims to train over 40 crore people in India in different skills by 2022. National HRD Network is making valuable efforts to support this initiative by creating a thought leadership amongst key partners like education institutions and industry.

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