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BOOSTING SKILLSETS
INCREASING THE EMPLOYABILITY OF
YOUTH
“All your life you have been told , you are a golden prince , the...
THE PROBLEM OF EMPLOYABILITY IN
INDIA
India has the largest youngest population
in the world however it is also the
most u...
CURRENT STATISTICS
0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120%
engineers
general
graduates
employable
Approximately 75 to 80 million jobs...
Unemployable
youth
No motivation
and lack of
innovation
Stagnancy
(youths point of
veiw)
Frustrated
youth and rise
in the ...
REASONS FOR SELECTING THE TOPIC
We being a part of the youth feel lost when we think about what lies in our near
future.
T...
PROPOSED SOLUTIONS
• Encouragement of vocational training from grass root levels
• Implementation and use of the CCE syste...
EMPLOYABILITY AWARENESS
PROGRAMME (EAP)
After research and planning we have come up with this new plan EAP which deals wit...
SOURCES OF FUNDING
We propose the introduction of a new plan or
fund called the YOUTH
EMPLOYABILITY FUND(YEF) which
would ...
IMPACT OF ENHANCING EMPLOYABILITY
Global
Competivenes
s Surplus of
47m skilled
individuals
Economic
growth
Workforce will
...
MITIGATION
• Regular monitoring by the government
and continuous check tests which bring
out flaws and deviations if any
I...
Appendix
APPENDIX
www.darsa.org
www.topnews.in
www.piford.com
www.indiatimes.com
www.thetimesofindia.com
www.ilo.org
www.s...
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  1. 1. BOOSTING SKILLSETS INCREASING THE EMPLOYABILITY OF YOUTH “All your life you have been told , you are a golden prince , the future awaits , its bright its yours , you have a degree, you have a good job, a fine life & suddenly you find its not true”
  2. 2. THE PROBLEM OF EMPLOYABILITY IN INDIA India has the largest youngest population in the world however it is also the most unemployable population. 57% of India's youth suffers from some degree of unemployability while 53% of the employed youth lacks specific skill sets. Unemployability leads to stagnancy both in the economy as well the I.Q. of the youth which deteriorates the E.Q. as well. Thus there arises a need to increase the skill sets of the Indian youth to make them employable. Enhancing employability Industry ACADEMIA
  3. 3. CURRENT STATISTICS 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120% engineers general graduates employable Approximately 75 to 80 million jobs will be created in India over the next 5 years ;75% of these new jobs will require occupational training to enhance the employability rapport. 90% of the current jobs in India are skill based and require vocational training but only 6% of the population receive any vocational training.
  4. 4. Unemployable youth No motivation and lack of innovation Stagnancy (youths point of veiw) Frustrated youth and rise in the crime rate Stagnancy in the economic growth Fall in the overall GDP E M P L O Y A B L E Y O U T H Employable youth Motivation and innovation Progress (increase in EQ and IQ ) Satisfied youth and reduced crime rate Economic growth Rise in the employment and GDP SCOPE OF THE PROBLEM IN HAND
  5. 5. REASONS FOR SELECTING THE TOPIC We being a part of the youth feel lost when we think about what lies in our near future. Thinking about the future finding a job has become matter of survival not just affecting us but the world economic ground. Often lack of skill sets leads to problems like underemployment and disguised unemployment and many more to follow. Reasons for Unemployability Poverty Lack of skill sets Outdated education
  6. 6. PROPOSED SOLUTIONS • Encouragement of vocational training from grass root levels • Implementation and use of the CCE system of education in all state and central education boards. • Demand driven short term training courses • Internships for exposure from higher school level • Educate and update the youth about technological advancements • Determining fee structure of secondary and higher education (keeping in mind the income of people) • Lowering of cut offs, implementation of JEEs and even considering co-curricular performance for admissions in all courses. • Introduction of a new plan EAP explained later.
  7. 7. EMPLOYABILITY AWARENESS PROGRAMME (EAP) After research and planning we have come up with this new plan EAP which deals with the employability of youth. If the government enters into a partnership with the private bodies. Wherein the government directs the inefficient youth and funds to the private institutes and they in exchange train and increase the skill sets of the youth. This will increase the employability of youth and employable youth when employed will increase the GDP and economic growth of the country. GOVERNMENT PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS EMPLOYABLE YOUTH Increase in GDP Economic growth Inefficient youth and funds Resources and scientific training
  8. 8. SOURCES OF FUNDING We propose the introduction of a new plan or fund called the YOUTH EMPLOYABILITY FUND(YEF) which would be solely responsible for the funding of EMPLOYABILITYAWARENESS PROGRAMME(EAP).the funds and the resources required for this programme would be allocated to this programme. The funding for this project should be directed by the government, it can be sourced from the budget allocated to the ministry of education. The private institutes are to provide with the infrastructure and skilled human resources in the respective fields. In return the government is to provide the private institutes with land and other subsides. GOVERNMENT PRIVATE SECTOR Funds and resources subsidies Infrastructure For training of the unskilled
  9. 9. IMPACT OF ENHANCING EMPLOYABILITY Global Competivenes s Surplus of 47m skilled individuals Economic growth Workforce will add 2% points to India’s per capita GDP over 2 decades Poverty reduction 70% reduction in poverty by 2025 Productivity and income $2900 increase in per capita income by 2025 Ability to adapt to changing circumstance Motivated and confident with negotiating skills Increase in creativity and innovative skill More scope for employment Governments point of veiw Youths point of veiw
  10. 10. MITIGATION • Regular monitoring by the government and continuous check tests which bring out flaws and deviations if any Improper execution of proposed solutions • Minimum fee from all the applicants for the training for the funding if the programme Lack of funds • Widespread awareness of the benefits of the CCE structure of education Difficulty in implementation of the programme in every education board of the country
  11. 11. Appendix APPENDIX www.darsa.org www.topnews.in www.piford.com www.indiatimes.com www.thetimesofindia.com www.ilo.org www.salto-youth.net COLLEGE NAME : AMITY UNIVERSITY NOIDA PARTICIPANTS : AMOLI KAR PAROMA BHATTACHARYA SANIYA ROY RAGHAV CHHABRA RADHIKA KISHORE
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