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Executive Education in India

By TSWApril 21, 2022
Executive Education
April 21, 2022

The demand for upskilling is expected to increase in 2022 as new technology concepts like Web 3.0 and metaverse take centre stage. This means new job opportunities globally. Technological shifts are transforming the Indian economy and the nature of work. New entrants to the labour force are now, therefore, looking to be skilled and made employable. Moreover, around 70 million additional working-age individuals (15-59 years) are expected to enter the country’s workforce by 2023.

Businesses and governments have hit the drawing board to chalk out strategies for reskilling and increasing the current workforce's skills. India can turn this demographic potential into a dividend to fuel the country’s growth. However, the burning question here is if India is ready to reskill its talent as fast as we raise capital investments for economic development?

If the workforce does not catch up with the pace at which the country’s economy is growing, recruiting will become harder for organisations and working professionals will not be utilising their full potential. India needs a definitive solution to the talent crisis facing the country and executive education is a step in the right direction.

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