New Delhi: Noting that education is a very important aspect in sensitising the youth, HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar said his agenda is the quality of education.
“Education is very important in sensitising the youth of our nation. When somebody asks me about my agendas I say three things — quality, quality and quality,” the minister told the media here on Wednesday.
He was speaking at the “Young Makers Conclave” organized by SheThePeople in partnership with Dalmia Bharat Group to highlight India’s need for innovation and revolution
Javadekar said that he was glad that today’s youth are “informed and aware and are discovering new possibilities every day”.
“Power of ideas belongs to the young generation as the young mind can break or make the country,” he added.
The programme was organised on order to create an opportunity to change old mindsets and pre-conceived notions through knowledge sharing.
The platform also tied up with leading web portals like Scoop Whoop and Little Black Book which together reached out to their readers through a vigorous social media campaign.
NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant said that there is a need to deal with the complexities that exist in terms of opening startups in the nation.
“There are a lot of complexities that include rules, regulations and acts in doing business. We need to make India esy and simple so that young generation can come up with good business ideas,” he said.
“India has a large domestic market and things need to be made simpler both at the state and the centre.”
He also said, “India is the finest market as far as start-ups are concerned as these startups are doing some really nice and unique things. “