COVID helped students to prepare better for future: Amit Khare

Amit Khare

The experience of the COVID-19 pandemic has given students a new perspective on life and better prepared them to face the uncertainties of the future, said Higher Education Secretary Amit Khare.

“The experience of the COVID-19 pandemic would have given students a new perspective on life and better prepared them to deal with their vagaries in the future. I urge students to appear not as “job seekers” but as “job givers”, to promote the individual skills of each student, to teach them to think, to equip them with the skills necessary to become leaders of the 21st century and the world, while transmitting values rooted in Indian culture, ”Khare said at the graduation ceremony of the Dayalbagh educational institution in Agra.

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“India’s transition from a third world, from a young democracy to this position of power and eminence, is the result of the effort and committed contribution of all parts of society. The role of those trained in each sector has been particularly important as they have guided and led this change in different capacities. Today you join that rank of educated intellectual, the young enlightened Indians who will rule the world, ”he added.

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