Reforming the Indian Skill System

Event: 2nd International Skills Forum: Skills for Inclusive and Sustainable Growth in Developing Asia-Pacific

Reforming the Indian Skill System

11 December 2012
Author / Speaker: 
Santosh Mehrotra, Institute of Applied Manpower Research, India - Email the author | Other materials by the author

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This presentation introduces the National Skill Qualification Framework and the new Vocational Education and Training Act in India. Reforming the apprenticeship system, including financing of skill development on a much wider scale, is discussed. The plan to develop a Labour Management Information System is explained.

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