Bhubaneswar (SunstarTV Bureau): Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has inaugurated India’s first World Skill in State’s Capital city on Friday. The initiative has been taken by giving a much needed boost to industrialization in the State.
CM Naveen said, “Skill development has always been a priority for my government. Our aim is to meet the aspirations of the youth as well as creating a pool of increased opportunity for them. This will help the youth to stay ahead in the competition of professional world.”
“World Skill Centre will also drive skill competition and will be a landing point for all industry collaborations in skill eco system,” he added.
At the end of speech, Patnaik thanked the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Institute of Technical Education (ITE) Singapore for collaborating with Odisha for setting up an institute at par with global standards.
On the day of birth anniversary of his late father and former CM Biju Patnaik, Naveen remembered him by saying that, “Biju Babu always dreamt of an Odisha where the youth acquired world class skills.
During launching the Mo Seva centres Odisha CM said, “Biju babu was of the opinion that technology should reach every nook and corner of our State. ‘Mo Seva’ programme takes his dream one step closer to realization.”