National Skill Development Agency NSDA India
Train 400 million by 2022
Train 400 million by 2022
The National Skill Development Agency (NSDA) is an Indian government body that’s part of the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. NSDA’s mission is to increase skills development across the private sector and government positions in India.
Visit NSDA’s website here –> http://www.nsda.gov.in/
The following are the main objectives of the National Skill Development Agency NSDA:
The ministry of skill development originally stated in 2009 that it planned to train 500 million people by 2022. Since then, it has refined that estimate to be closer to 400 million people by 2022.
100 million are those people who will be new to the workforce and require significant skills training.
The remaining 300 million are already in the workforce but need a skills upgrade.
The National Skill Development Council consists of several members, including the chairman, general body, governing body, director general, deputy director general, director of NSRD, and various research analysts, research associates, consultants, and administrative staff.
India is known for being a great source of back-office and mid-office roles in banking, finance, and technology.
Many global investment banks are rapidly expanding offices in India in cities like Mumbai, Bangalore, and Dehli.
From the banks’ perspective, the most important skills to have developed are:
India will be making a big push to set up the skills of their people in accounting and finance. While many people will go to university, given the sheer size of the country and the number of people that require training, many will look to online courses to master these topics.
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The mission of the National Skill Development Agency NSDA is clear: provide 400 million people in India significant skills upgrades by 2022. In order to get there, they will have to partner with as many training companies as possible and leverage the power of eLearning.
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