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Dreams to Skilled India

Every development process needs to skilled workforces. India has huge gap skilled hands. As per UNDP skilled India report. 2018, the government of India has ambitious plans to transform India into a competitive, high-growth, high productivity middle-income country. Indian economy is now diversifying from being largely agro-based to a manufacturing and service-based economy. These ambitious plans to transform the Indian economy are highly dependent on availability of jobs and quality of workforce. This has resulted in an increased demand for skilled manpower over the past few years. More than 12 million youth between 15 and 29 years of age are expected to enter India’s work force every year for the next two decades. The government’s recent skill gap analysis concludes, that by 2022, approximately 109 million more skilled workers would be needed in 24 key sectors of the economy. This skill assessment clearly indicates the scarcity of skilled workforce in India who can take the jobs.

Therefore, as an NGO Jan Vikash Kranti is taking this challenge to play our role by providing training to youths of rural India in various vocational stream. Ie. Computer, Electrician, KYP, Soft skill training, Handicraft art, Dress designing and tailoring, Jute art, Handicraft art by wastage material, Organic agriculture training and Beautician training.

We have established a chain of Vocational Training Center at various location of India. We are aimed to creating a pool of one lakh skilled youth and women in next 5 year.