Delhi: Honorable Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi said on Thursday that India had made the transformation from a country worried about its â€˜brain-drainâ€™, to a country that now thinks of â€˜brain-gainâ€™.
Inaugurating the first Global Exhibition on Services in New Delhi today, the PM added that India should assess its â€˜serviceâ€™ capabilities in the global perspective. He also said that India had vast potential to meet the skilled manpower needs of the entire world, and called for a careful mapping of global needs, which India could fulfil over the next decade.
â€œWe have been in skill development for media and entertainment industry from last 24 years and now entering into the field of tourism, fashion, art and culture and management,â€ said Sandeep Marwah President Marwah Studios.
â€œMany years back we realized that India will be requiring trained man power for different industries and now also for rest of the Worldâ€ added Marwah also President of ICMEI-International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry who was present on the inauguration at Pragati Maidan.
Soon ICMEI will open a chapter on skill development at the chamber to look into film, Television and media industry.