Countries like Switzerland, Singapore, Sweden and Japan are focussed on making more Indians employable

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At 287 million, India currently has the world’s largest illiterate adult population, says UNESCO. Over 45% of India’s workers are employed in low productivity agriculture.
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At 287 million, India currently has the world’s largest illiterate adult population, says UNESCO. Over 45% of India’s workers are employed in low productivity agriculture.

The World Bank is allocating $250 million to help the Indian government in its Skill India programme. It will focus on four result areas – institutional strengthening to deliver high-quality training programme; improving workers? quality and market relevance; enhancing access for women and disadvantaged groups and expanding skill training through PPP.?Under one such project, supported by World Bank, young workers train at IL&FS Institute of Skill at Okhla, Delhi

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