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26 December 2019

Skilling and reskilling to meet the challenges and march towards success!


Our population can be a valuable human resource if we move in the right direction and embrace the skills required in the digital age. We can then become a powerful nation with the right digital skills.

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Considering the by 2027, a majority of this young population is growing up in a digital environment, India has a strong competitive edge in terms of offering relevant skills to the IT-BPM industry. A majority of IT-BPM companies are also grooming their talent for a digital future with skills that will enable them to stay relevant in the face of continuous disruptions.
are getting more sophisticated and complex and this requires technical skills to operate and maintain. The industry has high dependence on external partners often based overseas, for equipment maintenance, troubleshooting and this causes delays, significant loss of productivity. It towards pharmaceutical is high time training that industry.
All of this is underpinned by innovation. Hence, India is going to be the hub for new-age skills in areas such as data science, Artificial Intelligence and others.

Robotic Process Automation and Internet of Things.
The vast majority of this young population are from the less developed parts of India where the infrastructure is poor. They are growing up in areas where the education they are being offered is not on par with what is available in the more developed parts of the country. While the government is taking steps to improve this situation, there is still the fear that the reforms being implemented may not fully take off. However, there is a chance that in case the reforms fail, this segment might still be able to pull itself up as a result of digital penetration. But the onus is both on government and industry bodies to collaborate and build the required infrastructure to groom this talent pool.

For our industry and to maximize the opportunity in India, we need to be able to reach consumers across the length and breadth of the country at the right place, right time, right price. Therefore, a plethora of skills become relevant, be it across Sciences, for better R&D, Product Development, Manufacturing, Packaging, or in selling/ marketing and distribution. With the fast adoption and build out of technology in our country, e-commerce would be set to grow, not as another channel but another eco-system where business would prosper. Therefore, the gamut of skills required in the traditional brick and mortar world would need to also have its equivalents in e-commerce.
For the immediate term, ensuring the call-out from the industry is for sustainable job categories and families, ensuring proper regulations protect the interests of the employees are put in place balancing it with pragmatic and contemporary labour to do employees
India is poised at the best demographic standing in the world with one of the youngest populations of 600 million people under the age of 25 years. However, is reaping the benefits of this big opportunity proving to be an even bigger task? Amidst the rising technological advancements across industries and employers complaining of talent crunch, the situation does not seem encouraging, suggesting that as a nation we are possibly missing on the chance to utilize this ‘demographic dividend’ and become a future-ready global human resource powerhouse.
In this view, The India Skills Report 2020 captures both sides of the talent supply chain. The report on one side outlines the state of students in terms of their job readiness.On the other side, the report analyzes the requirements of employers via a survey taken by senior leaders across industries along with four focused group discussions across India’s metros.

In this view, The India Skills Report 2020 captures both sides of the talent supply chain. The report on one side outlines the state of students in terms of their job readiness.On the other side, the report analyzes the requirements of employers via a survey taken by senior leaders across industries along with four focused group discussions across India’s metros.
As Vasudhara Srivastava Senior Vice President – Global HR Xceedance Consulting “ says, “Truism catapult We approximately already “People India into have 50% are becoming our population a most valuable asset” will a powerful economy. young talent pool with below the age of 25. Now we just need to have dynamic learning interventions in schools and colleges which foster knowledge, creative thinking and behavior specifically required by the ever-evolving job opportunities. Along with this, technology needs to be the enabler for a real time update on the job opportunity index of demand and supply through a robust job match phone app which every that skilled information student work force and of is employer freely the job available. “

Disruptive and dynamic
The technology industry is extremely dynamic with disruption and innovation becoming the norm. In order to stay competitive, responsive and relevant, organizations need to focus on recruiting not just talented employees who possess skills and expertise required for the job, but to gauge their ability to adapt and acquire new skills when needed. India’s technical talent has been our biggest contribution to global innovation and in today’s age of new technologies and automation, skill development becomes imperative. Digital technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics are transforming the nature of work and the skills needed to thrive in today’s evolving corporate landscape. Human beings and machines will work together to move towards productivity. As “old jobs” disappear and “new jobs” are created, the new jobs will require skills that facilitate collaboration with new age technologies. Therefore, focusing on skill development programmes which are based on advanced technologies like data science, artificial intelligence, blockchain, cloud computing, Internet of Things is the only way forward. At Uber, we constantly invest in our talent through various improve upgrade learning skill technical sets.and ”capabilities development and initiatives continually to move towards innovation.

In Sum
To be productive, we do need to learn all the skills that are required in the digital era.We all must become digital as the entire world is now digital. The world itself now recognizes only people with digital skills. Do join in a proper course at our Digital marketing institute before you get left behind.   

Reference : India Skills Report, CII


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