Education Minister Sisodia said - India's 'brain drain', universities will have
New Delhi. Manish Sisodia said that 'brain-drain' is happening from India today. We are donating the talents of India to foreign companies. The countries of America and Europe find the talents of developing countries and take them to their countries. We need to understand why our students are attracted to those countries?
Our universities are successful in improving the talent of students, but have failed to include those talents in nation building. We must make these talents partners in nation building through our universities.
The Deputy Chief Minister said that the average dream of the Indian public today is to send their children to universities like Harvard, Oxford for higher education. But today we should take a pledge that we should work on our education system so strongly that in future, parents of countries like America, Japan, Britain should dream of sending their children to a city in India to get higher education. The day we make the people of the world think, we will be successful as a nation. Therefore, we all need to work together for the development of education through joint efforts.
Deputy CM Manish Sisodia said that today it is a challenge to maintain our identity in front of our universities. Universities need to work on research and innovations to maintain their identity. There is a need to include entrepreneurship in your courses. He said that universities have to understand that their past cannot be their future. Universities will have to change their structure keeping in mind the future demands.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia attended the closing ceremony of the two-day Virtual Vice Chancellor Dialogue Conference organized at Gurugovind Singh Indraprastha University by the Union of Indian Universities, North Zone.