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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part E (2016)

Potential of NGO’s in mission skill India: A conceptual study

Author(s)
Dr. DV Ingle
Abstract
The accelerated economic growth has increased the demand of skilled manpower in the country. Lack of available applicants, shortage of hard skills for suitable employability, are some of the key reasons in finding a suitable candidate for available jobs in the country. Skilled human resource and a functioning labor market are essential to make India nationally and internationally competitive and further boosting its economic activity. Technical and vocational education in a broad sense lay down the foundation for skill education. This can’t be achieved without effective NGO corporation. Adequate coordination of efforts made by govt. and NGOs’ can only ensure proper sharing of responsibility in the skill development process. Experience in several parts of India shows that NGO focus on sector-specific issues such as livelihood, community organization, community asset creation, women group formation, etc. and accelerates social and economic recovery. Such initiatives meaningfully supplement larger infrastructure reconstruction initiatives of the government.
Pages: 284-286  |  578 Views  22 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. DV Ingle. Potential of NGO’s in mission skill India: A conceptual study. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(2):284-286.
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