Making the most out of apprenticeships – Logistics

“Skilling is building a better India. If we have to move India towards development, then skill development should be our mission” – Shri Narendra Modi, Prime Minister, India.


As per the estimates, the total workforce in the logistics sector will increase from the current 21 million to over 31 million by the year 2022.  Hence it is no brainer to think that the government, different logistics governing bodies and training institutes need to build training capacity to meet the skill demand of the industry. It is already a fact that apprenticeship and on-the-job training are the best ways to build a skilled workforce. Understanding the need of building a skilled workforce for the promising logistics industry, Logistics Skill Council (LSC) launched the ‘First Apprentice’ program under National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme (NAPS) to boost apprenticeships in the Logistics sector in 2017…Read More

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