Ethical values are very critical for growth of a nation and individual. No wonder now there is emphasis on ethics both in the corporate sector and also in the governmental sector. So much so now there is a paper on ethics for the Civil Services. But ethical values can be inculcated and not learnt. They have to be internalised. They can be imparted through personal and exemplary conduct and not preached, but practised. Gandhi emphasised on ethics and so does the New Education Pol
Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh on Saturday said that startup avenues unfolded in nine years call for a change of mindset.
The Union Minister said the nine years of Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government have been, without any doubt, youth centric but what is required is the change of mind set for optimum utilisation of avenues and various initiatives provided for the youth of this country.
Dr Jitendra Singh was addressing Y20 (Yuva Utsav) with the theme India@2047 organized by Nehru Yuva Kendra at Kathua in Jammu division.
While addressing a large gathering of youth, Dr Jitendra Singh said that with a plethora of opportunities knocking at the doorsteps of the youth of this country, Prime Minister Modi led government is steadfast and dedicated to providing a level playing field for the youth at different levels.
The best example being the abolition of interviews for the non-gazetted posts, more than 2000 rules scrapped, many of which were hurdles for the youth of this country to grow.
He said that under PM Modi, the start-up ecosystem in India is now ranked third in the world with more than 100 unicorns. It has been possible only because of the youth of this nation who have aspirations but earlier did not have the right kind of milieu and aspirational environment as provided under PM Narendra Modi.
Dr Jitendra Singh said that the Aroma Mission is attracting start-ups whose birthplace is J&K as thousands of persons have been trained and several and huge amounts of farmers’ revenue generated so far throughout the country.
The youth of Jammu and Kashmir must see Aroma Mission as one of the best opportunities in terms of start-ups knocking at their doors as the purple revolution in J&K offers attractive start-up avenues for the youth of J&K, Dr Singh added.
Dr Jitendra Singh said youth are catalysts of change and India’s future will be driven by the youth power as India is a youthful nation whose strength lies in its Yuva Shakti.
The Minister said the image of India has changed due to the bold leadership of Prime Minister Modi, adding he has emerged as the tallest leader of the world, capable of handling any challenge through stable governance and administration.
He said that before 2014, there were 145 Medical Colleges in the country and 265 more were added in the last nine years. Similarly, there were 725 universities in the country and 300 new universities were added.
He further said that Jammu and Kashmir is on the path of renewed growth and development and successful culmination of G20 meeting in Srinagar is a testament to this change as the government is committed to transforming Jammu and Kashmir.