Prin LN Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research (WeSchool) along with Vivek (Hindi) Magazine hosted a conclave on the Rising North-East India, bringing in more progress and inclusiveness in presence of Hon’ble Governor of Maharashtra CV Rao and Dattatreya Hosabale, Joint General Secretary, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh(RSS).
As a key speaker at the event, Hosabale, highlighted the potential of the North-Eastern States that remained undiscovered for a long time.
Sharing his views, the Governor spoke about how the north-east region has tremendous potential to contribute and further India’s economic and social development. He said, “Maharashtra as a state must come forward in order to provide technical and management skills to support the students of North-Eastern States and make facilities available for them. All the states of north-east are rich in their heritage and have always received high tourist attraction.”
While emphasising on the potential of the youth in the north-east region, he said, “I strongly recommend education institutes like WeSchool to come forward and encourage students and specially girls to learn new skills and compete at the national level.”
Prof Dr Uday Salunkhe, Group Director, WeSchool, spoke about the role of education institutions in the inclusion of North-East India. He said, “As a representative of the education fraternity, I believe we should focus on three mantras of Leadership, Innovation and Entrepreneurship that will help to nurture and develop the youth community and the nation. WeSchool believes in building Global Citizen Leaders, and as an institute we work towards instilling leadership skills in youth community and the budding entrepreneurs. With this in mind, we have initiated Project Netrutva, under which we groom students coming from economically weaker backgrounds and offer them an opportunity to attain management education to facilitate in building their career.”