New Delhi: The Minister of Commerce & Industry and Railways, Piyush Goyal, said that India has a rich pool of management talent. Millions of people have devoted their life serving the nation, serving corporations, serving businesses and serving the Government. He said that the $5 trillion economy target is something that 1.3 billion people will be engaged in creating and that it is an achievable goal in the coming five years.
Goyal was speaking at the All India Management Association’s (AIMA) 64th Foundation day & 14th National Management Day in New Delhi, yesterday. Goyal urged everyone to collaborate and cooperate, in order to fulfil Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision and mission for the $5 trillion economy in the next five years and making India a superpower.
Goyal further added that MSME is a sector which deserves recognition because some of them are doing truly wonderful work. He added that MSMEs are the largest creator of jobs, largest exporters & largest contributors to the ecosystem and India as a nation can not survive without them.
“We should all ensure on becoming a nation builder and take our governance & good management practices to the remotest parts of the country,” said Goyal.
Goyal congratulated the award winners for their contribution in the field of innovation in MSMEs, public services and special achievements at managerial positions. He laid emphasis on the importance of innovation in the success of enterprises.
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