India Apprenticeship Forum hosted its flagship event “Leveraging The Power Of Apprenticeships For Creating Human Capital”, on 20th December 2019, at Taj MG Road in Bengaluru.
Here are the video snippets of interviews with delegates who are sharing their views on the event.
On the key takeaway
Balaji Babu, Zonal Head, Fortis Healthcare shared that the event gave awareness on how organisations can utilise the apprenticeship system to create a talent pipeline.
Holistic approach towards Apprenticeship
Nirmala S Bhatt, Chief HR Officer, Sankalp Semiconductor says that the Academic institutes have to make vocational training a mandatory part of the curriculum for the students.
Key takeaways from the event
Swetha D’Souza, General Manager, HR, Swiggy says, “Apprenticeships can be strong pillars of human capital for India”
Apprenticeship as a powerful tool
Ujjal Gangopadhyay, Chief Support Executive, Augmenters says that apprenticeship can be the solution for all the manpower problems. He advises that the student should be made aware of the apprenticeship programs as it will help in creating a talent pool.
Apprenticeship ecosystem as a connect between the academia and the industry
Prof. Thimme Gowda, First Vice-Chancellor, Karnataka State Rural Development & Panchayat Raj University, Gadag says that the new education policy has a lot of flexibility. India will succeed in producing employable graduates if the academia and the industry work together.
Apprenticeship ecosystem taking a big leap
Megharaja D’Souza, Dy General Manager – HR, OTIS, says that the skilled talent is high in demand for any organisation and Apprenticeship program can be the tool as a solution. The support from the Government initiatives has been encouraging for the organisation and industry to engage in Apprenticeships.