What Skills do Indian IT Engineers Lack?
Students pursuing engineering in India are of opinion that the curriculum for engineering education doesn’t work in sync with the various high profile jobs in construction and IT sector as the academic syllabus is a far cry from real-world situations. Many Indian engineers today do not know enough about the various international standards which are
Skill Development in India
The Indian economy is growing at a fast pace of 7.6 percent per annum and this figure is making our nation the fastest economy across the globe. Its demographic profile is allowing an acceleration of economic growth with the labour market comprising of the 64.8 percent of the total population. India is empowered with a
How NEEM scheme is shaping the future of Indian youth?
India is a developing country with a fast pace of increasing population of youth and it has resulted in a huge pool of employable individuals who have a young average age. The increase in the young population has a coincidence with the fall in the population of young people across the globe. There is nothing
Why the Youth in India Should Invest in Skill Development?
We Indians celebrate National Youth Day on the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, i.e. 12th January to encourage as well as inspire the youth of the nation to embark on a journey that’s difficult but leads to success. UNESCO defines ‘youth’ to be the stage of transformation from the dependent childhood to independent adulthood along
Why Our Engineers Are Unemployed?
In our country, engineering as a career has attracted students along with their parents for decades together. A whopping number of career aspirants taking up engineering entrance exams every year testifies this fact undoubtedly. The youth in this nation wants to take up engineering as a career with a dream of earning an attractive pay
How Indian BFSI Sector Can Use Some Skills Development?
The banking sector of our country has the strength to employ over 1.5 million individuals in the coming years. But the real trouble is that the BFSI or Banking, Financial Services and Insurance sector is burdened with the lack of employable youth in the country. About 58 percent of the financial organisations operating in the
How Skills Development Can Really Boost The Indian Real Estate Sector
With the government’s aim to provide “housing for all” across the nation by the end of 2020, it is crucial to seriously work towards improving the work skills of the people dealing in the real estate sector of India. With the steady growth of urbanisation, lack of skilled labour is becoming an alarming issue. This
Corporate Need to Unite to Deal with Youth Unemployment
Every year a great number of graduates pass out in India. But 90% of them are unemployable. It is not because there are no jobs in the government sector or the private sector. It is mainly because they lack the employable skills which include sending an official mail to having subtle technical skills. The education
Indian Youth Ticking Time Bomb or Potential Workforce
With a population of more than a 100 crores, India has a great asset of human resource in general. This potential resource is well exploited in the country and outside. But there is something special in 2022 as the country is all set to have a flush of young energy into its human resource pool.
The Mismatch Between Education And Skills Persist
“Knowing does not make one skilled”, Yes! There is a difference between Skills and Knowledge. The two are concepts are related but quite different. Difference between Skills and Knowledge Knowledge means acquiring information through our sensory inputs like Watching, Listening, Reading, etc. The concept means to gather familiarity with the facts and theory. It can
The Concept Of Skills Development
What is Skill Development? Skill Development is for determining the skill gaps and overcome them. Skills are required to define one’s ability and this ability is the sole reason behind the successful implementation of plans. Everyone in this world is a master of their own story! Each individual on this planet has some skill or
Skills Development and CSR
IBM has recently announced that it will be training 2 lakh women in STEM skills. For those who are not aware STEM stands for Science,Technology,Engineering and Mathematics. This is a really welcome and appreciated move by IBM. It becomes more special as they have pledged to train women in these latest and most sought after