Economic meltdown not a worry for India – PHDCCI

Shimla:Expressing confidence in India being able to cope up with the economic meltdown, PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI) has stated that despite there being a downturn in growth in the west and other countries, the country had recorded a growth.
CM Krishna, advisor KAF (German) project with PHDCCI speaking at a workshop here on Monday said, “whatever challenges encountered because of the  meltdown would be overcome in a couple  of years.”
Speaking on the occasion Dhian Chand, chairman of HP committee of PHD said that faculties in technical institutions needed to ensure that human resource trained acquire high level of technical skills so as to enhance employability capabilities.
SS Guleria, director technical education, asked technical  Institutions to strive for optimum utilization of their resources to give trainees a better start to meet the expectations of industry.

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  1. says: Puneet Sood

    Yes I have also attended the same workshop. Rightly Dr. S.S. Sen raised a question about technical manpower That we need to understand industry problems too and to make the students industry viable. Quality Technical Education is required and a strong interface with focus on well planned industrial training must be planned. But with present infrastructure and core faculty being engaged in moore administrative work and finding very less time for quality education and interaction with Industry-student-institutes, try to do the jobs in hush-bush manner -an alarming situation , need focus.

    I my self raised an issue along with to consider the entrepreneurship skills too with focus on micro and small economies to come up from grass root level.

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