The Skill India Program and Economical Sustainability

  • Rashmi
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    Assistant Professor at Department of Law, B.S Anangpuria, Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak, India

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This research paper aims to investigate the effectiveness of the Skill India Programme in achieving economic sustainability in India. The Skill India Programme is a flagship initiative launched by the Government of India in 2015 to supply skill training to the country's youth and enhance their employability. The programme aims to create a skilled workforce to meet the demands of various sectors and promote economic growth. The study uses a mixed-method approach to collect and analyse data. Primary data is collected through surveys and interviews of participants and trainers of the Skill India Programme, while secondary data is collected from government reports and academic literature. The research focuses on the impact of the programme on employment, income, and economic sustainability. The results of the study show that the Skill India Programme has positively affected the lives of its beneficiaries. The programme has helped to bridge the gap between demand and supply of skilled workers in various sectors, leading to an increase in employment opportunities for the youth. The study also finds that the programme has contributed to an increase in income levels of participants, which has improved their standard of living and contributed to economic sustainability. However, the research also highlights some challenges faced by the Skill India Programme, such as a lack of awareness about the programme among the youth, inadequate infrastructure and training facilities, and limited industry participation. The study supplies recommendations for addressing these challenges to enhance the effectiveness of the programme and promote economic sustainability.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 2790 - 2802


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