Cheap labour was considered as important criteria for competitiveness in business. But compromising with skill development will not work in long run. Skill development can contribute to the economy in various ways. Though there are multiple skill development programmes but unwillingness of the people stops us meeting the prevailing skill-gaps in different industries.
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Unskilled labours are deprived from getting better salary and other perks. Properly skilled manpower can cater for the needs at home and abroad. Govt. has started multiple sector-specific skilling programs for youth. It is important to have the vocational and technical institutes under the observation to examine their capacities and resources in providing skills training.