About the Event

India has one of the youngest populations in the world and a very large pool of young English-speaking people. Thus, it has the potential to meet the skills needs of other countries and also cater to its own demand for skilled manpower. However, the lack of quality trainers and training institutes has created roadblocks to growth. Skills shortage is evident in every sector of the economy.
 
Government has already launched “Make in India” campaign with an aim to turn the country into a global manufacturing hub. Recognizing the importance of skill development and entrepreneurship in the country, the new Government has laid highest priority on Skill Development and Entrepreneurship.
 
Highlights of Summit
  • Major Reforms in Vocational and Higher Education.
  • Role of NVQF/NSQF and upwards progression.
  • From Employability to Employment through counseling centers.
  • Role of VTPs, Sector Skill Councils and Higher Educational Institute in Skilling India.
  • Skilling to Placement – A Case study, Success Story & Way Forward for Skilling India.