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Research paper presented by FDDI, Fursatganj staff during the International Conference on ‘Vision 2022: A New India’

A research paper was presented by the staff of Footwear Design & Development Institute (FDDI), Fursatganj during the International Conference on ‘Vision 2022: A New India’ organized by Faculty of Commerce, University of Lucknow at Lucknow (U.P) on 27th & 28th January 2018.

The research paper was presented by Mr. Pradeep Kumar Shukla, Associate Faculty (FT) on the topic “The Era of Skillful Education for Sustainable Development in India”.

The conference was inaugurated by Prof. (Dr.) Dinesh Sharma, Deputy Chief Minister, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh , Guest of Honour Prof. (Dr.) Rita Bahuguna Joshi, Tourism and Women, Child and Family Welfare Minister, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh, Prof. S.P. Singh, Vice Chancellor, Lucknow University, Prof. S. K. Shukla, Conference Convener and Dean.

Mr. Pradeep Kumar Shukla, Associate Faculty (FT), FDDI presenting the research paper
Mr. Pradeep Kumar Shukla, Associate Faculty (FT), FDDI

The purpose of the seminar was to bring together scholars from different countries across the globe like Brazil, Kenya, Bangladesh, Nepal Bhutan and Sri Lanka that provided a platforms to discuss issues, concerns, research finding and future perspective on emerging topic in view to accelerate the ‘India Vision 2022’ in respect to Population, Education, Global scenario and System.

During the conference, scholars presented various valuable research paper on different field of Skill education system and employable job courses, making India digitally active, global challenges and their impact, social sector reforms and development like some of them emphasize to upgrade the current status of  education system in India, women empowerment with relate to encourage the entrepreneur skills and women’s traditional business  development, Importance of rural development and technical up-gradation of farmers and many more emerging topic of current scenario.

Mr. Shukla, through his research paper, briefed about the impact of skill development programmes on the people of our country. The study also made an effort to understand the socio-economic profile and functioning of human resource in various aspects of skill development programmes.

The audiences were all ears to listen to the experts valued inputs the paper was appreciated by all.

Deliberations and discussions amongst the participants, during the course of various technical sessions paved the way for valuable inputs of research.