Vol. 2, Issue 2 (2017)
Skill India campaign: Objective, features & challenges
Author(s): Raman Devi
Abstract: India is a fast developing country, from primary sector of agriculture, we are moving to secondary sector of manufacturing, consumption and also territory sector of tread, transport and finance. India’s work force is second largest in the world after China. Over 65% of India’s large population is below 35 years of age. This research paper communicates information about the concept of skill developed in India and what are the programs and policies that have been initiated for this purpose. In India, this concept was not very well developed and recognized but in today’s world, various programs, policies, educational and training centers have been established to impact skill developed system in economy, but still faces a number of unresolved issues/ challenged that need immediate attention of the policy makers. Hence, skill developed initiatives of the government should focus on these obstacles and develop the programs accordingly to resolve these hurdles for the complete success of the skill developed initiatives.