DIT University organizes ‘India@75 Policy Dialogue’

Panelists and guests in India@75 Policy Dialogue event by DIT University.
Panelists and guests in India@75 Policy Dialogue event by DIT University.

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Aug 19: DIT University, Dehradun, organized “India@75 Policy Dialogue- Skill India, Innovate India, StartUp India, Make in India” to stimulate discussion and deliberation on various issues related to development of India.
India@75 is a catch phrase articulated at India@60 celebrations in 2007, New York by Management Guru Prof C K Prahlad to see the emergence of a developed nation by 2022. Strategy for New India@75 talks of the collective efforts of 1.25 billion Indians in transforming the country.
India@75- Mission 22 touched themes like Education & Skills, Technology & Innovation, Agriculture & Food Security, Business & Economy, Urbanization & Environmental Sustainability, Arts, Literature & Sports etc.
The program was held in two sessions. First session was dedicated to India@75 Policy Dialogue while the second session was on Skill India, Innovate India, StartUp India and Make in India. The inaugural session started with Saraswati Vandana & Kulgeet. The panelist was introduced by Vice Chancellor Dr K K Raina. N Ravishankar, Chancellor, DIT University moderated the sessions.
The panel for first session consisted of Dr Vinod Aggarwal (IAS -Retd), Dr Ajit Kumar (IAS-Retd), Dr Satya Narayan Mohanty (IAS-Retd), Ambassador Gurjit Singh (IFS-Retd) and Dr Sanjay Panda (IAS-Retd).
The panel for second session consisted of Dr Omkar Rai (DG-STPI, Govt of India), Ram Mohan Mishra (IAS- Addl Secy & Development Commr MSM), Dr Ahmed Iqbal ( IAS- Addl Secy Director, Uttarakhand Skill Mission), Amit Kumar Sinha (IPS- Director ITDA, Govt Of Uttarakhand) and Rajesh Aggarwal (IAS- Addl, Secy Ministry of Skill India).
The occasion was also graced by the presence of Pro Vice Chancellor Brigadier M Srinivasan, Dr N V Satheesh Madhav (Director Pharmacy), Prof Chabbi Mishra (Director, Faculty of Architecture and Design), Dr B K Singh (Dean Academics), Dr B S Panwar (Dean Research), Dr Rakesh Mohan (Dean Students Welfare), Dr Naveen Singhal (Dean Alumni Relation), HoDs and faculty members.
The event generated adequate intellectual dialogue. The panelists and participants dwelt in depth on the realization of the past, performance of the nation, converged on the capability and ultimately identified the capacity building measures.