It is estimated that majority of the employment potential for the state will be driven by sectors such as Construction, Tourism, and Travel, Textiles, Retail, Media etc. It is also estimated that a significant employment will be generated in the unorganized segments (jobs such as domestic worker, security, facility management etc.) in alignment with industrial growth.????
Amongst the incremental human resource requirement in the state, a significant share is skilled people requirement (e.g.: more than 60 percent of requirement in the next 5 years). These skilled people are expected to be from training / educational institutes obtaining relevant skills. However, as per estimation, the supply side (educational / training institutions) is observed to be inadequate to fulfil the expected output for job potential / employment. This leads to employability issues as they are untrained.
To fulfil the skill gap in the state, our government is initiated to promote the skill development programme among the young people. As a part of it SCERT, has taken the first step to provide information about the skill development training centres in the state to the 10th and 12th standard passed and could not continue their higher studies.