Human capital biggest strength: Modi

New Delhi, Nov 5 (IANS) The biggest strength of Make in India is “human capital”, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday at the launch of ‘Imprint India’.

“The biggest strength of ‘Make in India’ is human capital. Skill development is very essential for the success of ‘Make in India’ initiative,” said Modi.

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“Science is universal but technology has to be local. To achieve one’s dreams, innovation is the key. The society is becoming technology driven. It is very important to understand the importance of this and look towards affordable technology,” he added.

President Pranab Mukherjee was also present at the launch of ‘IMPRINT India’, which is a joint initiative of IITs and IISC.

PM Modi launches ‘IMPRINT India’

New Delhi: (IANS): The biggest strength of Make in India is “human capital”, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday at the launch of Impacting Research Innovation and Technology (Imprint) India.

“The biggest strength of ‘Make in India’ is human capital. Skill development is very essential for the success of ‘Make in India’ initiative,” said Modi.

“Science is universal but technology has to be local. To achieve one’s dreams, innovation is the key. The society is becoming technology driven. It is very important to understand the importance of this and look towards affordable technology,” he added.

President Pranab Mukherjee was also present at the launch of ‘IMPRINT India’, which is a joint initiative of IITs and IISC.

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2 Comments

  1. New Delhi: (IANS): The biggest strength of Make in India is “human capital”, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

    THAT IS WHY RSS INSISTS THAT HINDUS SHOULD PRODUCE MORE CHILDREN!

  2. Skill development is very essential for the success of ‘Make in India’ initiative,” said Modi.

    What more skills do we need from developing the “Make In India” concept. Haven’t we seen the population exploding as India has become the most populous country in the world. All the babies born are “Made in India” and I think we are all pretty good at it, or perhaps he has learnt something new on several of his foreign tours that he plans to share with the rest of us.

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