Education is the main weapon to fight poverty and the J&K administration has taken a lot of reformative steps to make knowledge accessible to all.
Recently Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha said that the world is heading towards an era that will be dominated by the knowledge economy; our biggest asset would be the human capital, a combination of talent, skill, and creativity.
The biggest and strongest asset has to be the human capital, a combination of talent, skill, and creativity. The J & K government is consistently reforming the educational system with new tools to produce required skill sets and also to provide employment opportunities to youth.
The education sector in J&K is being reformed to meet the requirements of the rapidly transforming education system and the changing market dynamics. The shift in the curriculum at University and Colleges can have a decisive impact on the socio-economic environment of J&K.
Efforts are continuing to improve the courses in Universities and Colleges to create a conducive environment for learning and innovation with the aim to empower every student with technical and social skills to develop entrepreneurial thinking. Highlighting the need to introduce new reforms to meet the requirements of the rapidly transforming education system and the changing market dynamics, the Lieutenant Governor said, The University and Colleges have immense power and a small shift in the curriculum can have a decisive impact on the socio-economic environment.