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There are a number of existing skill initiatives, including Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs), Vocational Training Institutes for Women, Advanced Training Institutes run by the Directorate of General Training (DGT). There are also some basic Training Centres and Related Instructions Centres by private firms or the government. Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) of the Central Government, training conducted by several ministries and departments such as agriculture, housing and poverty alleviation, women and child development, commerce and industry, Bachelor of Vocation (B.Voc) and Diploma of Vocation (D.Voc) by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, among others, it is not what the industry needs.
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We have to get involved with the industry else there would be a total mismatch of the skills.
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If we do this, we are certain we shall create a smaller, better and more equipped to handle the emerging world and make oneself so much in demand that jobs come looking for us and we do not ever have to worry about ever getting placed.
Some of the causes and solutions for them are given below
We standardise the syllabus in all sectors so that there is never a confusion or gap in what people are looking for. Then the training given is effective and placements shall indeed take place,
We have a strategy that ensures that industry plays a key role in shaping skill development programmes. We know certification of skills training in India needs to be standardised, so that there is quality of delivery and trust among employers. We have also included a long-term skill development strategy that accounts for persistent gender gaps in training and labour force participation, as well as youth aspirations and the need for solid basic education. Essentially, we have found that to chart a path towards inclusive growth, India must find effective ways of skilling, up-skilling and re-skilling its rising youth population.
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