Arvind Kejriwal inaugurates third Light House Skill Center in Delhi


Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has inaugurated the third Light House Skill Center in Matia Mahal space of ​​Old Delhi. The goal of this initiative is to offer youth with the mandatory expertise to safe employment.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal inaugurates the third Light House Skill Center in Delhi (HT Photo/For Representation)

During the inauguration on Tuesday, the Chief Minister emphasised that we now have to offer schooling together with expertise to the approaching era. He stated that employment should compulsorily come after schooling, if it doesn’t occur, schooling is hardly of any use.” According to a press launch from the Chief Minister’s Office.

He stated, “My continuous effort is to improve the education system as well as create more and more employment opportunities for the youth. At present there is an atmosphere of fear in the country and in recent years 12 lakh rich people have left India and taken foreign citizenship. Employment opportunities in the country are decreasing instead of increasing. But we don’t want to complain; Rather, we want to create jobs for the youth in this environment.

CM Arvind Kejriwal said, “The biggest problem facing the youth of India today is employment. Since the formation of the AAP government, we have laid great emphasis on providing quality education. There is an excellent school in Matiya Mahal, which used to be a ruin. Was.” First. Children of the poor all over Delhi are getting excellent education in Delhi government schools. People trusted us and elected the Aam Aadmi Party government in MCD. We have started the process of making MCD schools excellent. We have invested heavily in education. “Students are withdrawing their admission from private schools and taking admission in government schools.”

Emphasizing the necessity for employment alternatives, the CM stated, “After education, if one does not get employment, what is the point of education? The initial idea of ​​being educated is to take care of the family, whether by doing a job or business. Today, the biggest challenge before me is to provide adequate employment opportunities to our youth. On the other hand, due to deteriorating economic conditions, people are losing their existing jobs instead of creating employment. According to statistics, in recent years about 12 “Lakhs of extremely networked people (enterprise individuals and entrepreneurs) have renounced Indian citizenship and left the nation. Due to the environment of concern created within the nation, these enterprise individuals have opted for citizenship of different nations.”

The Chief Minister further said, “Now nobody desires to work in India. If massive companies hold shifting to different nations then who will present employment to our youth? This is lowering employment alternatives for our youth. Whatever Yes, shedding tears will not assist.” Keeping the environment in mind, we will create as many employment opportunities as possible for our youth. In the same context, I am happy that the Lighthouse Skill Center has been constructed in the area.

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