Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Friday appealed to students of Assam to use their data and entrepreneurial skills to enhance the financial development of the nation and the state.
He urged them to focus on innovation which is able to give an impetus to socio-economic improvement.
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi aimed at making India a five trillion-dollar economy, and to realise this vision, meritorious students would have to utilise their knowledge as a recognisable force for economic transformation,” Gadkari stated addressing the 18th convocation of Assam University.
Underlining the huge potential and prospects of Assam, Gadkari urged the graduates to use their human assets to strengthen the state’s financial system.
Stating that the MSME sector contributes about 30 per cent of the nation’s GDP, the highway transport and highways minister inspired youths to turn into entrepreneurs and self- ample.
Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal emphasised on the alternatives created via the implementation of the Act East Policy for the North-East area.
Sonowal additionally identified the significance of the human useful resource to seize the market of ASEAN and BBN (Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal) nations.