Vice President Dhankhar hails India’s ‘exceptional’ human resources

Hailing the exceptional nature of the nation’s human resources, Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar on Friday expressed his joy and said Indians are now widely recognized.

“The exceptional quality of our human genius, our innovative attitude and our unparalleled perseverance is now well known throughout the world. The exceptional nature of human resources available among Indians is now widely recognized,” Vice President Dhankar said.

Referring to the central role played by Indians in the success of reputable multinationals such as Google, Microsoft, Twitter, IBM, MasterCard and Starbucks, he pointed out that the exceptional quality of our human genius and our innovative attitude is now well known in the whole world.

Addressing a gathering after congratulating the winners at an awards ceremony in New Delhi today, the Vice President said that since ancient times, India has produced outstanding luminaries in the field mathematics, science, astronomy, philosophy and linguistics.

He noted that improvements in the governance framework and other catalytic initiatives over the past few years have created an enabling environment to nurture and develop the latent talent inherent in various remote corners of our country.

Mentioning that many of the actors of change honored today come from ordinary backgrounds, he wished that these extraordinary human resources be recognized and brought to the fore. “It should be our collective effort as an ambitious nation to quickly identify and meaningfully harness the potential of these exceptional individuals,” he added.

Earlier on August 28, while noting the dynamic leadership of the President of the United Nations General Assembly and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Maldives Abdulla Shahid, Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar praised his work in revitalizing the United Nations and added that his visit to India will further strengthen the multifaceted ties with the Maldives.

“His dynamic leadership of the 76th UNGA and the priorities of his presidency, particularly on the revitalization of the UN, have universal appeal. We are confident that his visit will further strengthen India’s close and multifaceted ties with the Maldives. “Dhankhar said while welcoming the stranger. Maldivian Minister Abdulla Shahid.

On Sunday, Foreign Minister Vinay Mohan Kwatra called on the President of the United Nations General Assembly, Abdulla Shahid, and discussed deepening India’s relations with the Maldives.

Secretary Kwatra congratulated the President of the UNGA for his “presidency of hope” and for his visionary leadership during the 76th session of the UNGA. Notably, in November, the President of the UNGA launched the President of the General Assembly (PGA) Fellowship Harnessing Opportunities to Promote Youth Empowerment – ​​the PGA Fellowship for HOPE.

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