Urging students to leverage technology to tide over the pandemic rather than the crisis, Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu on Thursday said India is the most effective place to implement their business concepts.
Shri Naidu also urged the universities to prepare the students to successfully tackle the real world challenges as he cited the example of pandemic which has locked down and not prepared all the countries.
Shri Naidu said, “For those of you who want to be job creators, there can be no greater place than India right now.”
Addressing the thirteenth e-convocation of ICFAI College, Sikkim through video, he said, “We have been taught classes by this pandemic, and experts are there to provide you with options to meet such dangers sooner or later. Will be.” the seminar.
An official statement said the Vice Chairman urged the universities and teachers to re-evaluate the school education system to make it more value-based, holistic and complete.
He urged the teachers to take inspiration from Samagra Vedic school education and understand the vision and presentation behind the new training coverage.
Quoting Rabindranath Tagore, Shri Naidu said that school education without values is by no means school education.
“Educational institutions and universities are expected to supply well-rounded and kind human beings and not just diploma holders,” he said, and often this aspect will be overlooked in the race for pay checks.
Citing the example of local climate change, Shri Naidu cited a holistic answer to fight this problem that should include value-based schooling that respects nature. He emphasized the need to equip engineers and technologists to build new defenses to meet the challenges posed by extreme climate opportunities and provide you with modern out-of-the-box options.
He said that no human intervention can completely counter the wrath of nature but we have to reduce its impact.
Highlighting that there was always an emphasis on values within historical techniques, the Vice President noted, the Vedas and Upanishads mandate our duties towards self, home, society and nature.
“We were taught to live in harmony with nature,” he insisted.
Emphasizing on the importance of nature and tradition in single life, the Vice Chairman urged the college students to take lessons from nature and follow the values enshrined in the historical tradition of India.
Appreciating the Gurukul system, Shri Naidu said, “Historic precedents were full of training in every way, and this earned us the title of ‘Vishwa Guru’ at that time.”
He added that the New Training Coverage also envisages these beliefs and goals to make India a “Vishwa Guru” once again.
Outlining the paradigm shift envisaged within the New Education Policy, the Vice President noted that it seeks to remove a separate methodology for school education and replace it with an inbuilt method.
Describing the NEP as a “much-desired improvement”, he commended it for its focus on a multi-disciplinary methodology and for efforts to re-orient analysis and regulatory techniques.
Describing value based education in perfect sync with technology as the need of the hour, Shri Naidu said that the country needs professionals who are not only aware of latest technology but also empathetic and understanding.
He stressed that schooling based on life values can guarantee a long and prosperous profession as people with such values can have immense emotional intelligence and resilience to fight the adversities in life.