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Building sustainable development society by developing skills: Dr. Abdus Salam Muhammad

RIYADH: We live in a time where technology is growing beyond imagination. Accordingly, expatriates should be prepared to nurture job skills, says former ISRO scientist and CEO of Marcus Knowledge City, Dr. Abdus Salam Muhammad.

Everyone needs to develop their skills day by day in the modern world where artificial intelligence is enabling the technological sector of the global economy to advance quickly. Those who don’t will be cut off from the group of societies committed to sustainable development.

Saudi Arabia is the world’s most rapidly developing nation. Vision 2030 is a grand plan announced by Crown Prince and Prime Minister Prince Mohammed bin Salman. In all areas, the nation is undergoing extensive reforms. As a result, in the modern economy, talent and skill are needed to compete for jobs. He was speaking to the media as part of development projects run by various Saudi Arabian organizations.

Saudi Arabia is making a lot of effort to implement the 17 recommendations for sustainable development made by the United Nations in 2015. The areas’ appearance will change as a result of the development projects that have been undertaken. New concepts and technologies have been adopted by the nation. As a result, only skilled workers will have better opportunities. Along with traditional credentials, both people who are employed and those who are looking for work should complete appropriate new technology training. Such people have a lot of employment options in Saudi Arabia.

By utilizing contemporary technologies, entrepreneurs and small- and medium-sized traders should bring about the change necessary for sustainable development. Products need to be located and marketed appropriately. He asserted that the time has come to begin departing from conventional business; all the opportunities for that are now available.

Traditional learning methods need to be modified. Education needs to move away from the teach-it-all system and find out the interests of the children and provide more training in those subjects. This will mold the new citizens on the country’s path to progress. Job-oriented training and education will make the youth more efficient. After the twelfth standard, the students are diverted to practical training after identifying the skills in some of the Malaysian universities he visited. They have the chance to innovate and work more effectively with startups outside of the classroom. This will aid in producing citizens who will contribute to the development of the nation. The national education policy needs to be changed, he claimed.

The “Kozhikode Markus Knowledge City” is a prime example of sustainable growth. Science-based systems are in place in Knowledge City to treat waste and sewage. The goal is direct and indirect employment as well as social and economic uplift. Furthermore, according to Dr. Abdus Salam, there is a general need for Knowledge City-style sustainable development initiatives. The press conference was also attended by CIGI Chairman Nawaz Rasheed.

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