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From the CEO’s desk
Lieutenant General Arjun Ray, PVSM, VSM (Retd.)Chief Executive Officer
The 4th Industrial Age has arrived. The changes in the next 5 years will be more than what we have experienced in the past 5000 years. Such will be the awesome rate of change and acceleration.
- AI, automation, and new learning technologies will dominate every aspect of our life, our work, our genes, our bio-chemicals, our attitudes and our beliefs. 40% of today’s jobs will become obsolete by 2030. Another 40% will undergo major changes in roles, responsibilities and expectations.
- Knowledge obsolescence will be rapid, and we will experience the diminishing importance of formal education.
Lifelong learning and reskilling will be a master competency to survive and flourish in the 21st century. Therefore, Learning How to Learn will be the # 1 pedagogy in the 21st century, a shift from a training culture to a learning culture. This will be our New Year resolution.
With warm regards,