Mgmt students key to developed India

April 23, 2016 0 Comments

Shillong, April 20: Union minister of state (independent charge) for the development of northeastern region (DoNER), MoS PMO, personnel, public grievances, pensions, atomic energy and space, Jitendra Singh, attributed key potential to young management trainees in the Startup India Standup India campaign.Addressing the graduation ceremony of the management programme in public policy (MPPP) by the Indian School of Business (ISB) in New Delhi on Monday, Jitendra Singh said, “Young management trainees possess the professional expertise coupled with the enthusiasm and entrepreneurship skills to show the way to their peers”.”Indians, by inheritance and experience, grow up learning management skills and ‘jugaad’ naturally. In fact, many of the indigenous management skills may later be required to be picked up even by the university degree holders of management,” he said.In his capacity as the minister for the northeast, Singh beckoned the young managers and potential entrepreneurs to come over to the region and ‘try their luck’ in unexplored areas, including organic farming, for which the ministry of DoNER has decided to provide added incentives to young startups who invest in the northeast. He said the Union government wishes to promote the public private partnership (PPP) model.