In order to make present education system is future-oriented where most of the ideas and ideals are taken from present circumstances. For the first time in history, Jammu and Kashmir is on the right track the changes in the future generations to get education.
While speaking in a recent special convocation Manoj Sinha asked the faculty members to maintain a balance between the teaching and learning aspects to produce global talent to meet the demand of changing market dynamics. The educational institutions need to focus on re-skilling, up-skilling, and new-skilling to make the young generation future-ready.
Underscoring the reformative measures taken by the UT Government in preparing J&K’s youth for Industry 4.0, he said that today, two Centers for Invention, Innovation, Incubation and Training, one each in Baramulla and Jammu are making our youth acquainted with the new technological framework of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, besides accelerating the mission of Digital India.
We are also channelizing the young energies through initiatives like youth clubs, and making them partners in the governance process.
Taking higher education to the far-flung areas of the UT, Kashmir University has set up satellite campuses, and because of such efforts, it has been included in the top 50 universities of the country. The Skill Centre run by International Cooperation, Center of Excellence and Kashmir University is also facilitating the youth coming from small panchayats and towns.