With globalization, there are huge opportunities that are knocking at the doors of our country. Being the second most populated country with unmatched talent and culture, having the world’s largest young population, the government can exploit the opportunities presented by the current reality. India needs combined support from the government and other education societies to avail the opportunity and benefits of STEM education that can bring to our country.
According to the National Science Foundation, it is predicted that 80% of the jobs created in the next decade will require some form of math and science skills. These skills are appropriately labelled as 21st-century skills or STEM skills.