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Servicing Skill Development Employers Need to Do More

For half a century after independence India hardly had a skill development system in place. Vocational education was practically non-existent at schools until the mid 1980s. The industrial training institutes (ITIs) that came into existence in early 1960s barely grew in number until 2007. It was a very rapid GDP growth during the 2000s, which led to a serious shortage of skilled staff. The Indian government began to respond. For the first time in the history of India, the 11th...

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