Task force for closing skills gap in India
By Sandeep nagyaan · 11 Oct 2018
Reference:- For closing the skills gap in India, in collaboration with the World Economic Forum a task force has launched by the government. It is the second country-led public-private collaboration of the World Economic Forum’s Closing the Skills Gap Project after South Africa.
About task force:- Leaders from business, government, civil society and the education and training sectors the task force will brings all together to accelerate the future-proofing of education and training systems in the country.
Aim of the task force:- To develop an action plan to address skills gaps in India and make the Indian workforce ready for jobs of future. It is the main aim of this task force. And to create global and national platforms to address current skills gaps.
Benefits of it:- To accelerate the impact on skills development already achieved by bringing together relevant stakeholders to act collectively this step is taken by the task force.
Other facts:- Task Forces provides a platform for multi-stakeholder collaboration to close the skills gap and prepare for the future of work by the closing gap at National level. It will brings together leaders from business, government, civil society, and education and training sectors to accelerate reskilling and upskilling efforts. The education and training sectors to build consensus, share ideas, and identify preferred models and best practices and an informal Global Alliance for Closing the Skills Gap provides an exclusive global platform for leaders and experts from business, government, civil society at global level.
Conclusion:- It will be favour in India to develop the skills of our business, government, civil society, and education training sectors.