The Kerala government scheme has envisaged delivering different job possibilities to students during their higher studies. While inaugurating the third edition of the Professional Students Summit. Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan said that the government is functioning on executing varied tasks. Like ‘industry on Campus’ as well as the ‘Young Innovators Programme’. To hand over job possibilities to the students along with their higher studies.
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Industry on Campus As Well As Young Innovators Programme
“We also aspire to accomplish the projects such as Industry on Campus and Young Innovators Programme. These are being carried out to create job options for students along with their studies,” Vijayan said. The CM also said the government would discourse the concerns of the youngsters. It will instruct them to deny the likely inaccurate narrative. Our youth are increasingly moving abroad in large numbers as Kerala is not a location to live.
He detailed key accomplishments of the state to counter the “false narrative” against the state. The CM also added that the compulsory internship system will be lengthened to other fields of study other than professional systems.
“Students should come forward to formulate indigenous knowledge, research, as well as products. Efforts are being made to bind Kerala government scheme with the world knowledge society. More alliance with foreign universities and research centers is on our plan,” he said.
Vijayan said all sectors will get the help of the Rs 3,500 crore research as well as development budget declared by the government this year. About 2,000 students and 500 teachers from more than 400 professional educational institutions took part in the summit. Dr. Krishna Ella, executive chairman of Bharat Biotech evolved India’s first indigenous COVID-19 vaccine, was the chief guest and plenary orator at the gathering.