Addressing the country on World Youth Skills Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India will become self-reliant only by the skill of the youth. He said that people should not miss any opportunity to upgrade their skills to keep themselves relevant in the era of coronavirus epidemic. He gave three spells for this – skill, re-skill and skill upgrade (up skill).
"The crisis of coronavirus has changed the work culture"- Prime Minister
Addressing the Kaushal Bharat program organized on the occasion of 'World Youth Skills Day', the Prime Minister said." This crisis of coronavirus has changed the work culture as well as the nature of job and changing Continuous Newton technique has also influenced him. Many people ask me that in today's time, business and markets change so fast that they do not understand how to be relevant. "
"Skill, re-skill and up skill"- Prime Minister Modi
He said that this question has become even more important during the time of Corona. Modi said, "Skill is the mantra of being relevant. It means that you learn a new skill. Something new has to be learned to keep it relevant. Skill has to be expanded further. Skill, re-skill and up skill. "
The Prime Minister said that a successful person has a great sign that he will not miss any opportunity to enhance his skills and keep looking for new opportunities. He said, "If you do not have a fascination for skills, there is no desire to learn anything new, then life stops." There is a blockage. In a way, that person makes his personality a burden. It becomes a burden not only for us, but also for our relatives. "
He also said that attraction towards skill gives strength to live, gives enthusiasm to live. He said, "It is not just a means of livelihood and money." Skill becomes our motivation to live. It serves to give us energy. "