Jaipur, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje has said that Rajasthan would prove its identity as a world-class state due its competent young generation. She said that the young people should dream, believe in these dreams and make committed efforts to realise such dreams. Rajasthan would excel with its youth realizing their dreams.
Raje was addressing a function on the occasion of inauguration of a new Water Heater Plant of Havells company at Neemrana, Alwar on Saturday. She said that for a quality job one was required to provide quality service. And for this, our youth should have a vision with highly technical skills, she said. 'I have confidence in our skilled children and they would prove their mettle by succeeding and establishing their unique identity the world, the CM said.
The Chief Minister called upon the entrepreneurs to provide skill training the young people and thus create a talent pool so that the youth get employment as per their competence and thinking along with the entrepreneurs themselves getting trained manpower. She said that the innovative steps taken towards labour reforms had increased employment opportunities in the state.
Raje said that the aim of Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) model in health and education sectors was to provide quality services in the rural interiors. She called upon the entrepreneurs to come forward for operating CHCs, PHSc and schools under PPP mode and provide excellent services to the people. She said that the government would have a close watch on the PPP operated services and ensure that the public was actually benefited of these services.
The CM said that various industries established at Neemrana, available facilities and employment generation was a proof of Rajasthan progressing ahead on the path of development. She invited the entrepreneurs to participate in the Resurgent Rajasthan meeting scheduled to be held in November this year.
Raje said that she was happy to learn that Havells was manufacturing 55% of its products in Rajasthan. She also welcomed the steps undertaken by the company as its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities for providing mid-day meal in 656 schools and also constructing bio-degradable toilets in next two years. Prior to this, the Chief Minister inaugurated the Havells Water Heater Plant and took a tour of the establishment. She also planted a tree in the plant campus. In the beginning, CMD of Havells Company Anil Rai Gupta welcomed the CM. He said that Havells Neemrana plant was fully automatic and it had world-class technology. Food and Civil Supplies Minister Hem Singh Bhadana, MLAs, public representatives, senior administrative or police officials and industrialists were present on this occasion.