Europe India Foundation for Excellence (EIFE) has crossed continents in its two year journey and will be organising the first ever India International Skill Development Summit (IISDS) this year. India is coming together with Europe to address its gaps in skill development with over 400 participants at the IISDS and in this edition of Biz@India, we bring to you the journey of the organisation along with the current scenario of skill development in India. An interview from Count Christopher de Braza who leads EIFE is followed by interviews from Indian government officials such as Jharkhand’s Chief Minister Raghubar Das. We move on to showcase profiles of bodies such as GSI, Oberhausen in Germany and Nanterre University to present how skilling is practiced in institutes. To conclude, we look at the food processing sector in India and the challenges it faces. The potentials of the skilling sector with strong Indian states, companies and bodies are explored in this issue of Biz@India, which hopes ensure an enriching an enlightening read for those seeking to understand the skill development sector in India.
The GSI is a non-profit liability company acting neutrally on behalf of individuals, craft firms, industrial companies, authorities and research institutes. It is a merger of efficient welding institutes with an experience of over 80 years in joining, cutting and testing. The target of the GSI is the common education and consulting as well as … Continue reading GSI, Oberhausen, Germany →
With aims to generate skill development solutions, Rise India has been skilling the young in various vocations and intends to collaborate with foreign companies to learn and grow. Since how long have you been working in the Skill Development or Vocational Training in India? Can you share your experience, about your organisation and further … Continue reading Learn and forge alliances →
With an objective of spear heading skill development activities between Europe and India through effective collaborations involving training providers, policy makers and global institutions, the EIFE is embarking upon a path less travelled. As India embarks upon its ambitious mission to provide skills of all sorts to over 500 million of its youth in the … Continue reading Uniting EU & India for Skills →
India, an agrarian economy, has an important food processing industry that is worth an estimated EUR 58 billion. In terms of economic growth and employment, the food processing industry is very crucial for the country. However, the industry faces a large number of problems such as lack of skills and employability of its manpower which … Continue reading Indian Food Processing Industry →
Primarily a tribal state, Jharkhand is endowed with immense mineral wealth and with a very young population. The new government in the state has completely overhauled its skill development programme in order to optimize the results. The State of Jharkhand has embarked upon the journey of making the state a Knowledge Hub in the country … Continue reading Jharkhand →