Taking ahead the ‘digital literacy’ triumvir of the government’s Digital India initiative, NIMS University, Jaipur, organized a national seminar on Nation Building under the Umbrella of Skill Development and Digital India. The seminar was held at Rajeshwari Auditorium in NIMS University on December 6.
The Nation Building Seminar was inaugurated by National General Secretary of Bhartiya Janta Party Arun Singh and the party state president of Rajasthan Ashok Parnami. Singh shared his ideas and practical solutions for development by keeping Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision in his mind.
Parnami appreciated NIMS University’s efforts for organizing the seminar which triggered motivation for the agenda of Digital India. He said such seminars provide an opportunity that brings together governmental initiatives and academicians, fostering stronger ties to create programmes, which focus on skill development in the field of digital technology.
Professor Balvir S Tomar, Chancellor of NIMS University, proposed the “Six Arms Theory” for skill development. He also spoke about the importance of this programme to establish India as a golden bird again.
Vice Chancellor of NIMS and Institute of Advance Research, Gandhinagar, Proffessor GN Magesan congratulated the university for having been awarded with the title of the ‘Best University in India for Innovations and Skill Development’. He said that skill and knowledge play a vital role in driving the economic growth of the nation and the youth has the potential to push these driving forces forward to make India a real knowledge-based economy.
Swami Abhishek Brahmchari, who hails from Varanasi, blessed everyone by delivering an energetic speech. He focused on inter-relationship between the structure of educational qualification and the occupational structure of labour force, and between education and social change. Rohit Kumar Singh, National President of Swami Sahjanand Saraswati Samajik Nyay Manch, also spoke on the occasion.
Managing Director of NIMS, Dr Shobha Tomar, spoke about the Digital India initiative with an emphasis on empowerment of women. JP Singhal, Vice Chancellor of University of Rajasthan and Kunjilal Meena, Secretary of Elementary Education in Rajasthan, took the audience through an academic journey.
Professor Balvir S Tomar was awarded with with the ‘Life Time Achievement Award’ and NIMS was recently acknowledged as the ‘Best Medical University of the Year’ 2016’ by Six Sigma Healthcare.