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Impart Education that converts Knowledge into Wealth: Transport Minister addressing at PWS Arts and Commerce College premisis

Nitin-gadkari

On the occasion of the golden jubilee celebration of Dr. Madhukarrao Wasnik PWS Arts Arts and Commerce College, Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari, addressing a gathering of students and alumni at the Collge’s premises discussed the current generation who is in need to be introduced with courses of skill development to become great entrepreneurs. There were Founder Director Madhukarrao Wasnik, monk Bhadant, Nagarjun Arya Surai Sasai, MP Datta Meghe, Senior Academician Vedprakash Mishra and MLA Dr. Milind Mane present at the event.

“It is the era of entrepreneurs who can create jobs through their innovation. Colleges and schools must impart them such education that can convert knowledge into wealth in addition to the traditional education” he said.

He also added that the degrees like Ph.D. and DLit Degrees will lose their trend if students won’t have the right technical knowledge. He also ensured grants for the college for solar panel installation saving a monthly bill of ₹ 50,000.

He discussed the importance of the importance of skill development courses saying  “I had vowed to create 50,000 jobs in five years in Mihan, and today there are 23,000 people working. Companies like Boeing and Airbus have started their assembly factories in Mihan and would be requiring more workforce in the next two years for assembly of Dassault Falcon aircraft. For this, students’ skills need to be developed and polished.”

He was also observed motivating children to chose science fields, “The waste material remaining after producing sugar is great for making hand-wash, face-wash, and detergents. Those products are now worth crores of rupees in market. This was possible because there was ready research available. Students must take up science and research as their careers,” he added\

He concluded by saying “People sitting here are all my college friends and over the years nothing has changed between us. The friendship you make in college days lasts a lifetime.”

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