CII hosts 30-member student delegation from Srinagar

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newznew (Chandigarh) : Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) organised an interactive session of its industry members with a student 35-member delegation from Srinagar at here today. The delegation led by Dr Mushtaq Lone from Department of Management Studies, comprised 30 students from Central University of Kashmir.

Dr Mushtaq Ahmad Lone, Assistant Professor, (Training and Placement Officer), Department of Management Studies, Central University of Kashmir, said, “Students from Kashmir have great potential. The students can benefit a great deal through industry-institute interface with CII. The objective of this industrial tour is to fulfill the students’ goals and dreams in an efficient way to gain practical knowledge of the core projects and gain industrial skills which can help them to compete with students from other states of India.”

Dr Dinesh Dua, Chairman, CII Chandigarh Council and CEO and Director Nectar Lifesciences Ltd, said, “Young Graduates, Post Graduates & Doctorates particularly in age group of 25-30 years are intensely engaged for restructuring a Modern India which is taking an amazing global shape under highly proactive current political regime towards making India not only Urban but also Rural Progressive country thereby leading India to become a developed nation in the next 1-2 decades. Indian educated youth has a pivotal role to play in making this dream a reality both in Industry as well as Agriculture. A wonderful interface of industry with academia & some of the most gifted, intelligent, diligent & forward looking students can not only metamorphose India but also pave a great direction for future generations to create a very powerful, gifted & most educated nation in the world.”

Man Mohan S Kohli, Past Chairman, CII Chandigarh Council &  Chief Executive Officer, Hotel Aroma Group, said, “This is the century of development. By equipping students with innovative thinking and skills, institutes will enable them to contribute in the development and growth of the country.”

Babu Khan, Regional Director, CII Northern Region said, “CII is committed to harness the rich youth energy of the country into creating a robust economic super power. CII has thus turned the limelight on education and skills development across the country to align the needs of the industry for manpower with the ongoing skilling initiatives and improve the employability of the working population. Visit of the student delegation from Jammu and Kashmir is part of the continued efforts in this direction. Such efforts are aimed to transform millions of young people from across the country into educated global citizens in years to come.”