“We should become job providers and not job seekers”, says Manish Sisodia
He addressed the fifth convocation of the DTU-
New Delhi: Deputy Chief Minister on Thursday said that eminent institutes should groom students to become job providers rather than job seekers.
“We should become job providers and not job seekers. We are creating minds which can get jobs that pay Rs 1.1 crore per annum but how many people are there that can give job that pay Rs 1.1 crore”, said Sisodia. An analysis should be made regarding how many students gave jobs to others in the past four to five years. He said that ‘the real issues are not on borders but the fact that India is facing the issue of unemployment. "People have degrees but not jobs. The person who provides jobs should be called a patriot and should be acknowledged", deputy CM further added.
"Excellence does not come by accident, rather it is a process of striving to better oneself," he said.