The government of Delhi has decided to set up incubation centres at all the higher education institutes and especially in the technical institutes all throughout the nation’s capital. This was announced by the Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia.
While addressing the students in the Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology (IID) which is situated in South Delhi, he said that the government in in favor of generating task masters and solution givers instead of generating students who would draw high salaries as engineers. He further stressed on the requirement of high technology and invention of equipments in the country itself, so that it doesn’t have to depend on the other developed countries for continuous supply of technology and assistance. It would drastically keep down the cost of the education as well.
While addressing the students he said, “Society does not only need high-salaried engineers, but it also needs task masters and solution givers. Youth should think out of the bod. Government will set up incubation centres at all higher education institutes, especially technology institutes, across the city.”
He further added saying, “We are seeking new technology from companies to implement our ideas but it is unfortunate that companies which came to us brought technology invented in other countries. We are looking for solution of Delhi’s problems through Japanese and Russian technologies. We need to focus on indigenously developed technology.”
The focus towards incubation of students could enhance the quality of students and generate future entrepreneurs who would in return serve the nation through their excellence.