An assessment test done by Wheebox-People Strong in association with CII states that, in the current scenario, of our five million graduates, only 34% are readily employable. Apparently, the maximum skill deficit will be in the manufacturing sector where the demand of skilled manpower is high. This fact should steer our attention to the fact that to enable Make in India to work, we need to play close attention to human capital since it will play a decisive role in the success of this initiative.
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Khushboo Parmar is a Human Resource Professional with a corporate experience of two years in the Learning and Development domain. She is a Soft Skills and Etiquette trainer based in Ahmedabad. She has done her Bachelor of Engineering with specialization in Electronics and Communication and Master of Business Administration with specialization in Human Resource Management. She can be contacted at email@example.com.
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