He was addressing a gathering of academicians from various institutions and members of business community at the 6th All India Technical and Management Council (AITMC) Summit. As a solution to the issue, Sampla pitched for imparting technical education in regional languages too with an aim tobring everyone on par.
"It is because of trial and errors...and determination that we have become the largest exporter of software services and made other countries to seek our help to send satellites," Sampla said.
Speaking on the occasion, BJP national secretary Tarun Chugh said. "If we look at ancient history of India, there were so many innovations taken up by people in diverse field without even receiving required training."
"They were skilled and taught by their earlier generations. Contemporaries were aiming to become better at the profession," Chugh said.
An MoU on national career service was also signed between the AICTE and the labour ministry. AICTE chairman Anil Sahasrabudhe was also present at the event.
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