The need to rethink skilling India4 min read . Updated: 06 Dec 2017, 05:24 AM IST
Skill training should be viewed as a complementary part of mainstream education, rather than being regarded as an inferior alternative
Young and aspirational, the millennial generation that makes up about 40% of India’s population has long been regarded as the saviour and driver of future economic growth. Yet, the gap between the productive labour force and the employment and entrepreneurial opportunities available to them continues to widen. The fourth Industrial Revolution has already made its mark on certain sectors. The economic turmoil that could be brought on by further large-scale disruption should be a cause of concern.
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