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Synopsis:- ​The report holds many pointers toward the association between skill development and the country’s economic growth. Developed countries’ performance in terms of skill development and change management is evident in the report’s observations. In the case of developing countries like India, whose governments struggle to chart out optimum policies to ensure economic equality, and not lose out on the global technological front, data science can easily assist them in taking a balanced approach successfully.

Published On:- 24 June 2022
Synopsis:-Managers who can communicate clearly and precisely either verbally or in writing and disseminate information according to the needs and characteristics of the audience are said to be effective managers. Now the same skills have to be shown virtually to worldwide customers and worldwide employees.

Published On:- 18 June 2022
Synopsis:-  The education system needs to be reformed in such a way that a number of skills suitable for the younger generation should become part of the curriculum. Students have to be given options to pick up what they want. It will certainly help them align with the core stream opted and also hone their skills simultaneously.

Published On:- 10 June 2022
Synopsis:- ​Having a degree certificate alone will certainly not be sufficient. What is required is the expertise to adapt to a new environment, workspace and skills required for the industry. Be it for entrepreneurs or job seekers, skills and smartness to adapt to a new environment and exhibit the talent in the company one steps into and makes a huge difference. 

Published On:- 01 June 2022
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With 1.3 billion people, India has one-fifth of the world's young population. In today's evolving world, the Indian demographic of young people may play a critical part in obtaining a multitude of prospects. The country's corporate environment and startup ecosystem are seeing rapid development, and it is continuing to expand, mature, and become more tech-centric via continuous skill learning



Published On:- 13 May 2022
Synopsis:-  With the growing economy, the globe is fast-changing, and a qualified workforce is required to propel the country forward. Diverse sectors demand different skills in order to boost production in different ways. In order to succeed academically and professionally, every student must develop specific talents. Along with their regular curriculum, educators and teachers also teach several crucial life skills. This aids students in their preparation for life beyond high school and college.

Published On:- 15 April 2022
Synopsis:- Education is responsible for refining existing talents. Arguably, training in soft skills may be best imparted through professional institutions such as polytechnics rather than general colleges that deal with conventional courses. This makes it imperative that we focus on skill development at the professional level as well.

Published On:- 12 April 2022
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Learning with activity is also a part of this methodology that enhances the thought process behind skill development. Skill-based learning develops and improves the art of learning and helps to grow in academics & in the modern world, says Hans Hofmann, Professor of Education. 

With the growing economy, the globe is fast-changing, and a qualified workforce is required to propel the country forward. Diverse sectors demand different skills to boost production in different ways. In India, most schools and universities only offer formal education based on a set of standards. 


Published On:- 12 April 2022
Synopsis:- ​ More than half of employers are likely to increase their hiring of apprentices in the next three years, according to a new report from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) and the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (Ciplab), commissioned by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). A report by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has found that 72% of employers will hire more apprentices this fiscal. This is fortifying the sentiment further, indicating that the adoption of apprenticeships is here to stay and grow

Published On:- 12 April 2022
Synopsis:- ​According to the Economic Survey, 17.9 % of organizations in the nine major sectors were imparting formal skill training. The number of organizations imparting on-the-job training was much higher at 24.3 %. The financial services sector (38.8 %) ranks no 1 when it comes to imparting skills training to employees.

Published On:- 12 April 2022
Synopsis:-The demand for qualified and skilled professionals will be driven by sectors including IT/ITES, pharmaceutical, e-commerce, and BFSI. Hiring in these sectors is expected to increase by 20% for freshers in 2022 compared to 2021. Technology as a skillset will continue to be in demand across industries

Published On:- 12 April 2022
Synopsis:- ​The need for skilled professionals has reached a new high, with an increasing number of recruiters on the hunt for highly skilled staff. The Great Shuffle and the employment crisis in India have led to a surge in demand for upskilling and skills training

Published On:- 12 April 2022
Synopsis:- ​46.2% of the youth were found to be highly employable against last year's employability of 45.97%. 88.6% of Graduates are seeking Internship opportunities. The survey found out candidates from Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, and Kerala had the highest employability as compared to last year
Published On:- 12 April 2022
Synopsis:-Maharashtra has retained its topmost position in the list of states in terms of employability as per India Skills Report 2022. The highest employable age group was between the age, 22 to 25, with approximately 56.21% of the resources being considered as highly employable

Published On:- 12 April 2022
Synopsis:- Reskilling has become the need of the hour to increase the employment rate of graduates. 92 percent of Indians agree that there is a skill gap in the employment landscape. At least 82 percent of the Indians believe that artificial intelligence (AI) is seizing their jobs.

Published On:- 12 April 2022
Synopsis:- ​In 2022, organizations will need to heavily invest in building the key skills required for the new era of work. Digital learning and skilling will take center stage. Faster implementation of reforms will enable the learning ecosystem to improve course completion rates by 25%, reduce dropout rates by 20%

Published On:- 12 April 2022
Synopsis:- E-commerce, IT/ITES, BFSI, and pharmaceuticals will drive the demand for qualified and skilled professionals. Hiring in such sectors is likely to rise by 20 percent for freshers in 2022 as against 2021. The report also stated that technology as a skill set will carry on being in demand across industries

Published On:- 12 April 2022
Synopsis:- ​This year, 46.2% of India's youth were found to be highly employable, a significant improvement from last year's 45.97%. The demand for qualified and skilled professionals will be driven by sectors including IT/ITeS, pharmaceutical, e-commerce, and banking, financial services & insurance

Published On:- 12 April 2022
Synopsis:- ​The demand for qualified and skilled professionals will be driven by sectors including IT/ITES, pharmaceutical, e-commerce, and BFSI. Hiring in these sectors is expected to increase by 20% for freshers in 2022 compared to 2021. Technology as a skillset will continue to be in demand across industries.

Published On:- 11 April 2022
Synopsis:- ​According to the Economic Survey, 17.9 % of organizations in the nine major sectors were imparting formal skill training. The number of organizations imparting on-the-job training was much higher at 24.3 %. The financial services sector (38.8 %) ranks no 1 when it comes to imparting skills training to employees. 

Published On:- 11 April 2022
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