New Delhi: The difference between poor and rich nation is not the age of nation, nor it depends upon the availably of natural resources, the difference is the attitude of the people, molded for many years by education and culture,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios and founder & Chancellor of AAFT University of Media And Arts in a webinar organized on New Education Policy by GCTC on Republic Day titled -Issues before the Republic.
“When we analyze the conduct of people from rich and developed nations, it is observed that a majority abide by the principles like ethics, integrity, responsibility, respect for laws and regulations, the respect from majority of citizens by right, the love for work, the efforts to save and invest, will to be productive, punctuality, etc. in the poor countries a small minority follow these basic principles in their daily life,’ added Dr. Sandeep Marwah.
“The new Education policy has been designed to bring in these changes in attitude of Indian so that we can move faster and systematically in life,” Dr. Marwah spoke about the silent features of the new Education Policy and the drastic changes in school and higher education in India now.
Earlier Dr. Yogendra Narain Chancellor-HNB Garhwal University & former Secretary General-Rajya Sabha, Kartikeya Sharma Senior Journalist, Suresh Prabhu G20 & G7 Sherpa & Member Parliament (Rajya Sabha), Salman Khurshid Former Union Minister Government of India, Prof. Saugata Roy Member Parliament (Lok Sabha) & Former Minister of State for
Urban Development Government of India, Sudhanshu Mittal Political Analyst & National Spokesman of Bhartiya Janta Party spoke on different subjects in the daylong conference.