Responding to the discussion in the Assembly on the budgetary demands of his departments, Chief Minister Kamal Nath said that Madhya Pradesh will be developed as the centre of Artificial Intelligence.
He said that day by day new changes are taking place in technology.
Keeping updated with the new technology, the youth should have such skilling so that they can get good jobs.
Chief Minister Nath said that according to modern technology, special emphasis will be laid on to providing employment opportunities to the youth in the state.
He said that his focus is on the jobs rather than the number of trainees.
The Chief Minister said that Chhindwada district has the maximum number of training centres not only in the country but in the whole world.
The Chief Minister said that power storage in the state is being arranged. For this, tender has been released globally.
In this regard a team from China which has been invited to discuss, is coming on a visit to Madhya Pradesh soon. Madhya Pradesh will be the first state in the country to store power.
The Chief Minister said that we talk about industrialization not for politics but for the future of youth.
We want to create a new map for their future. Currently the youth need work.
The Chief Minister said that investment policy will be drafted separately for each sector and employment will be given priority in every policy.
He said that an environment of trust among investors is necessary for industrialization.
The Chief Minister said that Madhya Pradesh received a very little share of the total domestic and foreign investment received by the country during the last 15 years.
We need to take lessons from this. We have to change our work methodology. After Chief Minister Kamal Nath’s reply, the House passed the demand for grant of Rs 3259 crore 29 lakh 9 thousand related to his departments through voice vote.