Skilling India is an ongoing program that is essential in today’s fast-moving economic environment. This series highlights the skill development ecosystem in India and its efforts to channelize India’s demographic dividend. It further explores the challenges the skilling India program faces & proposes the kind of disruptive solutions that could be adopted to resolve these challenges.
In this video Mr. Pradeep Jaswani briefs on how the existing ecosystem of skill development is there in the country today.
This video describes how National Skills Development Corporation (NSDC) is building the potential of India’s demographic dividend
Skill-matched employment is a big challenge which exists in today’s ecosystem. There is an urgent need to go beyond skill development to define great career paths.
Rapid technological change is a continuous challenge to skilling India. The video provides a glimpse of the critical situation so far.
Industry-relevant skills become a pivotal action in skill India development plan. This change needs to be implemented efficiently in order to reach skilling India to international standards.
The existing ecosystem will have to introduce disruptive practices going down the line. They have the potential to upgrade the entire scenario of skill India development program.
Skilling is an ongoing, open-ended activity, with no closing date. But since the number of stakeholders keeps varying during the project, it is always plus for a project management professional to have successfully identified all the internal and external stakeholders.
PMI India brings to you a special video series on project learnings provided by visionary leaders and industry captains.
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