The path to effectively scaling skill development programs
Author : searchngo 66 | Published On : 22 Nov 2023
About 12 million new workers are added to India’s workforce annually, of which just 3.1 million are skilled or qualified. The Indian government launched the Skill India Mission with the goal of training 550 million individuals by 2020 in order to address this skills gap. The Mission along with NGO Skill Development has focused a great deal of attention on the problem of livelihoods and skill development since its debut on July 15 of this year, and it has received a lot of support from businesses and other important actors in the industry. By 2020, the “demographic dividend” is expected to reach its peak in the nation. Therefore, India has to take advantage of this opportunity by fully utilizing this resource and implementing scalable and reproducible techniques.