Our nation is a vast country and many young aspirants are thriving for jobs. To get a job proper skills are necessary. Employer seeks skilled and professional aspirants to hire for their companies.
We all know that our nation is a developing country. So there are reproving requirements of skill-developing training in the educational sectors. Skill development ministry takes an initiative to organize several kinds of educational training.
These kinds of courses are equivalent to educational grades. Even credits are given to the students for this training. After class 10 aspirants are eligible for the training and the duration is two years.
Without years aspirants can join these kinds of vocational courses. Germany, Australia are some countries, where some kinds of credit frameworks are provided for the students.
This system always enhances the focus of the youth to complete the course. For the reason of globalization, skilled and knowledgable aspirants are needed for the industry.
In this case, hard and soft skills are essential. Soft skills include teamwork, stress management, adaptability, emotional quotient, etc. These kinds of skills are developed from e-learning, field visits, industry-driven projects, etc.
These skills enhance the efficiency of the aspirants and accustomed to industrial needs. Indian Government constantly is working in this field. To boost the young generation, this credit-based approach has worked. Nine member committee and HRD ministry take endeavour to a multidisciplinary approach towards these kinds of education. The main aim is to spread practical knowledge instead of theoretical knowledge for increasing the skills.