The 3 challenges to skill development in India – and how to tackle them

Indian workers engage in the construction of a high-rise building on a cloudy day in Bombay June 29, 2005. India's southwest monsoon has spread to about three-quarters of the country, including the capital New Delhi, which has led to increased sowing of winter crops, weather officials and traders said on Monday. REUTERS/Arko Datta  AD/KS - RP6DRMTULNAA

By 2023, 70 million more people will have entered India's workforce – but what skills will they need? Image: REUTERS/Arko Datta

Manish Kumar
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, National Skill Development Corporation
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