Executive education programmes to secure employability in India
Executive education programmes will soon be adopted by top management schools in India and abroad. This change is a result of the widening gap in the demands of the industry and the existing workforce. The general nature of these programmes would be short, but intensive. This information was brought out by the National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) during a survey. According to NASSCOM, more than 50% of Indian professionals will have to upskill themselves to secure jobs. Big Data Analytics (BDA) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are the major players in the dynamics change. Professionals who are up to date in tech and theoretical knowledge will only be preferred in the future. Read more.
Lack of EV related skills might hamper EV revolution in India
By 2030, India hopes to achieve 30% e-mobility in the automotive industry. But as this leap has only been recently taking place, thus not having attracted adequate attention for EV-related skills. One of the major reasons for EV promotion is that EVs will help reduce CO₂ emissions and curb air pollution. In order to facilitate EV growth, engineers with a cross-sectional knowledge in the spheres of mechanical engineering, electricals, and electronics are important. Thus, India needs to revise its course curriculum to address EV skill demand. The incentives/subsidies being provided by the Centre and States are helping the EV revolution, thus EV skills are required to mitigate high unemployment rates. Read more.