Nirmala Sitharaman: Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on Saturday that India has to understand the needs of the industry. He said that the educational institutions have to prepare the students in such a way that they can make their place in the industry and help in achieving the development goals of the country. Sitharaman said at an event in Chennai that India’s higher education is no less in comparison to global universities. He said that among the people who manage the best companies across the world, people from Indian universities are at the second place.
With this, India can become the center of manufacturing
Referring to the representation of Saint-Gobain India on the board of the Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIITDM Kancheepuram), Design and Manufacturing, Kancheepuram, Tamil Nadu, Sitharaman said that if the industry joins the board of research institutes, then those industries especially the future enterprises. able to understand. “This could make India a manufacturing hub for some of the most important things, for which today we are completely dependent on other countries and our manufacturing suffers when there is a supply chain impasse,” he said.
Understand the needs of industries
Sitharaman said at the 10th convocation of this educational institution adjoining Chennai, “We have to understand what is the need of industries and they should be capable of manufacturing for us and for the world. That is why it is very important to have industry people on the governing boards of such excellent educational institutions who attract talent, bring in the best of skills and abilities and who have considerable training experience, it is very important.”