Government’s objective is to bridge the global shortage of a qualified labor force in the coming years by reaping the demographic dividend of the young Indian labor force. Under the “Skill India” Mission, the India International Skill Center provides skills training and certification benchmarked to International Standards. These tools can help in identifying skill gaps and quantify the skill level of the workforce. A strong workforce is a tremendous economic development advantage.
Aim to train a minimum of 300 million skilled people by year 2022.
Economic developers attract business and industry to local communities using systems approach.
Workforce developers remediate skills of displaced workers and document their readiness to reenter the job market.
Policymakers and legislators develop research-based policies to inform solutions to the nation’s economic and educational challenges.
Make the rightly qualified workforce available by certifying through the Global Certification Authority.
Improve the employment statistics by enabling the job seekers with cognitive and soft skills.
Attract and grow business investments by providing skilled workforce to the industry.
Bridge the gap between industry and education by implementing integrated workforce development methodologies.