Themes Tackling Youth Unemployment

Globally, 75 million young people are unemployed, but businesses can't find enough skilled workers to fill job vacancies. How can a country tackle the Education to Employment challenge?

IL&FS Skills

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Youth unemployment rate

10.5%

Population living on less than $2/day

68.7%

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About IL&FS Skills

Founded in 2007 as an initiative of a major infrastructure company, IL&FS Skills is one of the more promising in a new wave of Indian for-profit skill development ventures. In 2011, it became one of the 50-odd private partners selected for support by the government-funded National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). IL&FS Skills operates in 24 of India’s 28 states.

By the numbers

Trainee education level

Keys to operations

  • Partnerships with more than 1,000 employers
  • Selection tests to match students to occupations
  • Curriculum developed in cooperation with industry, and adjusted to demand
  • Evaluation of participants before, during and after course completion
  • Extensive network of NGOs / mobilization and marketing partners
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7 responses to “IL&FS Skills”

  1. The map of India is surprising and hurts national sentiments and betrays international realities.

  2. Tanmay Karande says:

    It is like the head being cut-off / slaughtered. I would request McKinsey to correct this mistake.

  3. Vinayppandey says:

    The map shows the real intent of mckinsey.

  4. Winnie S says:

    Well guys look properly at a Map of India and then look at the Map above, Kashmir is not gone but Pakistan partly is being shown in India so rejoice!

  5. Ashwini Saxena says:

    Happy to see this.. I feel proud of being a part of this initiative during 2007 in one of the poorest and most challenging states of India, Bihar.. the scaling up started then has now reached to what a scale!!

  6. Shailesh says:

    Happy to know

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