Event: 3rd ADB International Skills Forum: Skills for Inclusive and Sustainable Growth in Developing Asia-Pacific

Evolving Public-Private Partnership Models in Skills Development: An Indian Private Sector Experience

10 December 2013
Author / Speaker: 
Ramireddy Chandra Mowleeswar (RCM) Reddy, IL&FS Skills Development Corporation, India
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This presentation examines the issues and challenges of skills development in India. The use of public-private partnership models and how to make this approach work for advancing skills development in the country are explained. It also shares IL&FS’ experience in providing skills training to about a million people in India.

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