2019 Year in Review: Industry-driven Skill Development

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There are no second thoughts on why industry should be driving the skill development programs. It would be highly beneficial to both the job seekers and the recruiters to find talent that matches the skills relevant for a job.  Many companies have initiated their own skilling programs to train the prospective workforce through industry-integrated training programs. Since making youth industry-ready is a two-way process, companies like L&T, Raymond, Umlaut, Mahindra and Mahindra and many more have set up skill training academies. In 2019, we featured interviews and stories about their initiatives and the impact they are creating in empowering youth with job-oriented skills to enhance employability.

2019 Year in Review Industry driven Skill DevelopmentL&T transforms the lives of youth through Construction Skills Training Institutes (CSTIs) across India

As the second largest employer in India, construction industry has to take up many measures to ensure that their workforce is well-trained to meet global standards. Industry major, Larsen and Toubro (L&T) has been setting new benchmarks in industry-driven training through their Construction Skills Training Institutes (CSTIs) across India. Read more…

Why skill-based training should be integral to the competitive strategy of any enterprise

L&T has always believed in investing in training their workforce through various skilling programs. In this Skill Talk, Mr. K. Ramakrishnan, Chief Executive, Skill Development Mission, L&T shares his views on current focus on skilling in India and exhorts the industry to make skill development an integral part of their competitive strategy. Read more…

Industry-integrated training programs in Aerospace sector from BridgeNow Academy

BridgeNow Academy, an Umlaut initiative, has designed a wide range of training programs for fresh Engineering graduates, corporate employees, government employees and defence veterans to prepare them for suitable job roles. These skill-based courses are also offered through CSR initiatives and central and state government sponsored skill development projects for underprivileged sections of the society. Read more…

Raymond boosts Skill India mission through a sustainable tailoring ecosystem in India

Textile and apparel major Raymond has been pioneering the revival of tailor-made garments through many exemplary initiatives. With the twin goal of making tailoring aspirational for the youth and supporting the self-employed, Raymond has focused on capacity building through skilling, upskilling and entrepreneurship promotion. Read more…

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