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President's Messege

“What I object to, is the craze for machinery, not machinery as such. The craze is for what they call labour-saving machinery. Men go on ‘saving labour’ till thousands are without work and thrown on the open streets to die of starvation.” These words of Mahatma Gandhi mirror his frustration with mechanization that swept through factories way back in 1924. Today the world and India are stuck in the quagmire called ‘technological unemployment.'