Let us infuse the spirit of entrepreneurship in grown up childrenLet us take the example of the Marwari, the Chettiar and the Gounder communities of Tamil Nadu. The Marwaris have settled here for generations. They have entrepreneurship in their blood. Similarly, the Chettiar and the Gounder communities never bother too much about the recession. They have the spirit of entrepreneurship running in their blood and In their DNA.
Once the restrictions are removed a little bit, let us even ask our grown-up children, particularly those in standard nine and above, to intern in the friendly neighborhood store. This will teach our children the nuances of customer relationship management, in a very conventional sense. But the traditional way of doing it also has its own hidden advantages. The spirit of customization is one of the most important things that our children can learn from such environments.
Such a practical kind of learning will stand them in good stead in the future. The service industry will always zoom. If on a later date, our children have a problem with their regular jobs, they will not hesitate to become entrepreneurs. We should remember that we are a big country with millions of such entrepreneurs who have always done well for themselves.