The job creation, skill development, entrepreneurship, and start-ups encouragement are the likely the topmost agenda in this year’s Union Budget. There is a need for a skill development stimulus package that helps in substantially generating employment opportunities across various sectors.
The Union government has accentuated women empowerment through its various schemes. Now, it is time for the government to endorse women’s welfare by incentivizing women’s employment.
With the pandemic leaving a dent in the job market, the 3,000 crores earmarked for skill development last year has become even more critical. This needs to be taken to execution to ensure stimulus to the relevant industries and job roles that have been severely impacted by COVID.
Necessity drives inquisitiveness. Industry and academia collaboration is a must for the overall development of the youth and the country. Industries demand new and developing skills so that they can compete in the demanding global market.
The world is in the grip of COVID-19 pandemic which has hit every nation irrespective of geography or economic status. The extraordinary spread of the deadly infection has wreaked havoc on human and economic health. Outside China, with Iran being an exception, most of the wealthiest countries have suffered the most with Italy, the US, Spain, France emerging as the epicenters of global grief.
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In India the higher education exist from Ancient ages when Universities like Takshila and Nalanda were considered one of the highest learning seat in that era globally.
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