Begin typing your search above and press return to search.
exit_to_app
From Hindustani State to Hindu State
access_time 2022-01-17T11:36:18+05:30
The ideological bankruptcy of  Hindutva politics
access_time 2022-01-18T09:41:23+05:30
K-Rail: Speed is fine,  but not over-speed
access_time 2022-01-17T09:30:38+05:30
Hema Commssion
access_time 2022-01-18T16:45:59+05:30
Justice hanging in single line
access_time 2022-01-15T10:54:47+05:30
exit_to_app
Homechevron_rightIndiachevron_rightModi seeks Japan's...

Modi seeks Japan's help in skill development

text_fields
bookmark_border
Modi seeks Japans help in skill development
cancel

Tokyo: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Monday sought Japan's help for skill development in India.

Stating that 65 percent of India's population was young, Modi said: "In 2020, when the world would need a workforce, we are preparing for it from now itself, so that we can match the global workforce."

"India is a youthful nation. We want to give importance to skill development. Be it quality, zero defect, discipline, we give importance to it," Modi said while addressing business leaders here.

Modi said India's huge young population can contribute to the global workforce requirement.

Speaking on the third day of his five-day Japan visit, Modi said he wanted Japan's help in developing skill development in India.

He said Japan can "really help us with this".

The prime minister added that "we want to move forward with Japan in the field of research".

"...there is no end to the road in the field of research," Modi said.

Show Full Article
TAGS:
Next Story