Lack of Awareness on apprenticeship and reforms in hiring benchmarks

Young Indians are not familiar with the apprenticeship system; it is an effective way for young adults from rural and sub-urban populations to transit from school to work-life while improving links between industry and training institutions.


The primary Apprenticeship model has had limited success due to a rigid 52-year-old law. With periodic revisions and amendments as recent as Sept 2019, the law has been updated with new schemes and provisions. Regulatory reforms via NAPS (National Apprenticeship Program Scheme) and MSDE (Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship) offer financial incentives to organisations who engage apprentices for employment fast-tracking the growth rate of the Indian economy…Read more

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