On the occasion of 5th World Youth Skill Day; addressing the changing work culture and the nature of job amid the pandemic, Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave the mantra of – “skill, re-skill, and up-skill“. While responding the queries dealing on tips to stay relevant amid dynamic changes in the market he stated the three point mantra.
He urged the youth to meticulously follow the mantra and add value to their efforts by citing an example of a chair made from a piece of wood. He said, “Skill is something which we gift to ourselves, which grows with experience. Skill is timeless; it keeps getting better with time. Skill is unique, it makes you different from others“.
While extending his best wishes to the youngsters he said, “I extend my best wishes to youngsters on World Youth Skill Day today. During this time of the pandemic, along with work culture, the nature of the job has also changed & the ever-changing new technology has also been affected, but youth is gaining new skills in the changing times“. While his concluding remarks he reminded the fellow citizens to maintain social distancing, wearing mask in public, regular hand washing and to avoid spitting in public.