World Youth Skills Day: Mantra to be relevant is to skill, reskill & upskill, says PM Modi

Written by July 15, 2020 11:13

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed on the occasion of World Youth Skills Day. The day marks the 5th anniversary of the launch of Skill India Mission.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, skill is something which we gift to ourselves, which grows with experience. Skill is timeless, it keeps getting better with time. Skill is unique, it makes you different from others.

TOP POINTS

Some people always create confusion between knowledge & skill. I say to them that you can read in books & watch on internet how to ride a cycle, this is knowledge but it doesn’t guarantee you will be able to ride a cycle. To actually ride a cycle, you need skill: PM Narendra Modi

Skill is something which we gift to ourselves, which grows with experience. Skill is timeless, it keeps getting better with time. Skill is unique, it makes you different from others: Prime Minister Narendra Modi

I extend my best wishes to youngsters on World Youth Skill Day today. During this time of CoronaPandemic, along with work culture, the nature of job has also changed&the ever-changing new technology has also been affected, but youth is gaining new skills in the changing times:PM

People ask me that in these times when businesses & markets are changing so fast how to stay relevant. This question is even more important during this COVID19 pandemic. Mantra to be relevant is to skill, reskill & upskill: Prime Minister Modi’s address on World Youth Skills Day

Skill is something which we gift to ourselves, Which grows with experience. Skill is timeless, It keeps getting better with time. Skill is unique, it makes you different from others: PM

People ask me that in these times when businesses & markets are changing so fast how to stay relevant. This question is even more important during this COVID19 pandemic. Mantra to be relevant is to skill, reskill & upskill: Prime Minister Modi’s address on World Youth Skills Day