Gen Z Termed As ‘Amrit Generation’ In India, To Led Country To Success
Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently met with young volunteers in Delhi who are part of the Republic Day celebrations.
He talked about how important this day is, especially because this year marks the 75th Republic Day. What makes it even more special is that it’s dedicated to the achievements and power of women and the young generation in India.
On this occasion, PM Modi referred to the young generation as ‘Gen Z’, a term we often hear. But he chose to call them the ‘Amrit Generation’, meaning a generation that will lead India to new heights of success.
He mentioned that this generation isn’t just a group of young individuals; they carry with them their state’s culture, traditions, and rich thoughts.
The Prime Minister emphasized that the youth play a crucial role in shaping India into a developed nation. They are full of energy and new ideas, and represent the country’s hopes and dreams. He feels inspired by their positivity and is motivated to work harder.
Meanwhile, a recent report showed that 77% of Generation Z students in India are interested in working in the technology industry. This sector is attractive to them because of the opportunities for learning, growth, and the chance to be part of a positive workplace culture.
Many companies are now looking at flexible work models, and there’s a growing demand for new roles in areas like AI, quantum computing, and blockchain. The tech industry is also expanding in smaller cities, bringing new opportunities and innovation.
We all know that technology is the future of human civilization, thus the young generation (Gen Z or Amrit Generation) is expected to create a huge impact on human evolution and the country’s growth.
India is ready to celebrate Republic Day with excitement and pride, and the youth, our ‘Amrit Generation’, is at the forefront, ready to take the nation forward.