Atmanirbhar Bharat Has a Deep Meaning- Sandeep Marwah on NYD (Communities - News & Events)

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Atmanirbhar Bharat Has a Deep Meaning- Sandeep Marwah on NYD


New Delhi: Atmanirbhar Bharat, which translates to ‘self-reliant India’ or ‘self-sufficient India’, is a policy formulated by Prime Minister of India, Narenndra. Modi for making India “a bigger and more important part of the global economy”, pursuing policies that are efficient, competitive and resilient, and being self-sustaining and self-generating

“The fact is that Atmanirbhar Barat has another deep meaning other than specified by our Hon’able Prime Minister who has been worried about the youth of this country,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah Chancellor of AAFT University of Media And Arts in a webinar organized by ASMA at Higher Education Innovation Summit 2021-(Founder’s Summit) on National Youth Day-The Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekanand.

“ATMANIRBHAR stands for Ambitions that you can touch the sky, Tough to fight with the circumstances, be Motivated that will give you energy, with simple and humble Attitute, Nationalist in your approach, always well Informed, extend Responsibility, Belive in yourself, never forget Humanity, work Aggressively andalways be Result Oriented,” expressed Dr. Marwah who is also the Chief Scout For India, while addressing the large students attending the education Summit.

Rajita Kulkarni President Sri Sri University, Dr. Akhil Shahani The Shahani Group, Prof. Suku Bhaskaran of G.D. Goenka University, Kunwar Shekhar Vijendra of Shobhit University were the other panelist. The event was conducted by Suraj Sapra Chief Strategy Officer NoPaperForms.



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