It's India's turn to fill gap for skilled human resources globally: Former CJI Ramana

The retired Justice was delivering the keynote address at the ISB Leadership Summit (ILS) 2022, held on 24 September at the Hyderabad campus of the Indian School of Business (ISB).

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  24 Sep 2022 1:30 PM GMT
Its Indias turn to fill gap for skilled human resources globally: Former CJI Ramana

Hyderabad: Retired Justice N.V Ramana, former Chief Justice of India (CJI), said there was a fall in skilled human resource in the West and that it is India's turn to fill that gap. The retired Justice was delivering the keynote address at the ISB Leadership Summit (ILS) 2022, held on 24 September at the Hyderabad campus of the Indian School of Business (ISB).

ILS is an event organised annually by the ISB's PGP (Post-graduate programme in management) batch. The theme for this year's summit is "Prism of Possibilities."

Speaking at the event, the former CJI emphasised the importance of management education and said its significance in contemporary times cannot be understated.

"The true strength of our nation lies in the youth of our country. One-fifth of the world's youth live in India. This huge human resource, if properly trained, will drive economic progress. With the West falling short of skilled human resources, it is India's turn to fill the gap, globally," he said.

ILS 2022 witnessed talks and panel discussions about leadership and management by speakers from multiple domains, including business leaders, entrepreneurs, artists, actors, sportspersons, bureaucrats, content creators, influencers, and ISB alumni.

On Saturday, speakers, including Rajiv Kumar, the managing director of Microsoft India; Smita Sabharwal, secretary to the Telangana CM; Kedar Lele, executive director of HUL and chairman, Unilever Bangladesh, and also an ISB alumnus; and R. Madhavan, actor, screenwriter, director, and producer among others, shared lessons from their life and leadership experiences gained in the course of their unique careers with the students and the audience.

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