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Global Experts Believe India Will Become Biggest Manufacturing Hub In Coming Years: PM

“The holistic approach of development by the government is generating employment on a large scale," says Prime Minister Modi

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Experts from all over the world believe that India will become the biggest manufacturing hub in the coming years, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday.

While addressing the Rozgar Mela of the Gujarat government virtually, he underlined that it is the youth who will lead this revolution in India. 

He noted that the railway engine factory is being constructed in Dahod, Gujarat with an investment of 20 Rs 20,000 crore and is also going to be a huge hub of semiconductors in the near future. 

Emphasizing the need to prepare large-scale skilled manpower for the new possibilities in the country, the Prime Minister pointed out that India has the potential to become the third major economy in the world. 

Underlining the government’s endeavour that every section of society should benefit from skill development, there stated that it will provide equal opportunity to Dalits, the underprivileged, tribals and women of every region. 

“Priority is being given to the skill development of the youth”, the Prime Minister remarked as he informed that 30 Skill India International Centers will be developed under the PM Kaushal Vikas Yojna where youth will be trained through new age technology. 

He also touched upon PM Vishwakarma Yojana where small artisans will be trained thereby providing a gateway for people associated with small businesses in accessing the world market. 

Underlining the role of Industrial Training Institutes in constantly preparing the youth for the changing nature of jobs, the Prime Minister informed that there has been a steady increase in the number of ITIs and their seats in Gujarat. 

“Training is being provided for different skills in about 2 lakh seats of about 600 ITIs in Gujarat," Modi added as he expressed delight that the placement of ITIs in Gujarat has been very good.