By - December 11, 2019
December 11, 2019
ndia’s demographic dividend will pay off only if the youth are either enrolled in higher education programmes or made job-ready with effective skilling initiatives.
As India aims to become a five trillion dollar economy by 2024-25, there is surprisingly little debate on the need for an increased and sustained focus on the development of its human resource — which is of fundamental importance for the country to achieve this target. The realisation of India’s much-touted demographic dividend is incumbent upon the capability of education and training institutions to equip young Indians with knowledge and skills relevant to an evolving job market.