Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today exuded confidence that the GU-JIO UPSC Training Centre ‘Pragna Peetham’, jointly started by the Gujarat University and Jain International Organisation (JIO) in Ahmedabad, would provide great opportunity to youth to be able administrators.
Speaking at a function here to e-dedicate the Centre through videoconferencing, he said that Gujarat will provide special contribution to groom highly skilled human resources in the field of management to fulfil the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s goal to build ‘Naya Bharat – Atmanirbhar Bharat’ to realise his resolve for Ram Rajya, through his policy of development and good governance. It is absolutely essential to increase knowledge and skill not just for human beings but the entire creation.
Mr. Rupani said that our tradition intermingles Upanishads with Satellites, past with present, service to humanity with good governance, welfare of people with compassion towards all creature.
He wished that Gujarat’s youth, trained for the right job at right time, will join in higher services for the development of the last man in the last mile.
Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasma said that Gujarat leads in Students Startup Innovation Policy, Atal Lab Ranking and Startup Ranking. He described the UPSC Training Centre, as another initiative of Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, as a landmark and memorable day for collaboration between religious and educational organisation to groom refined and polished officers.
Jainacharya Pujya Gunivarya Nayapadmasagarji Maharaj expressed his happiness at the commissioning of the UPSC Training Centre in collaboration with JIO as a high quality skill development centre.
Vidushi Arya Sadhvi Maynashri Maharaj thanked the Chief Minister for taking initiative in creating high quality educational centres for higher education and training, particularly creating opportunity for young women.
Minister of State Vibhavariben Dave and Principal Secretary for Education Anju Sharma, among others, joined the event through video link.
Gujarat University Vice-Chancellor Himanshu Pandya welcomed the guests.
The Chief Minister also e-launched Park for Industrial Extension and Research Project, Dr. Abdul Kalam Centre for Extension Reserch and Innovation, Institute of Defence Studies and Centre for Commutational Studies.
Source: Information Department, Gujarat