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I Believe That Gap In Future Workforce Will Always Exist, It's All About How We Adjust With This: Director, IMT Ghaziabad
The impression of technological, demographic and socio-economic disruptions on business models will be felt in rapid changes to the employment landscape and skills requirements, thus resulting in substantial challenges for recruiting, training and managing talent
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University and other higher education are facing disruption from a wide range of technological and social workforce; an incredible increase in the value of democratic exercise, strong domain experience along with an eye to global changes. The rise of online education has very much changed the entire education scenario of the global workforce and specially the nation like India that is facing a complete paradigm shift in its workforce ecosystem.
Addressing the 2nd higher education conclave Ashutosh Pednekar, Secretary higher education Rajasthan said, we've had education collaboration with many of the institution working toward the betterment of higher education.
The impression of technological, demographic and socio-economic disruptions on business models will be felt in rapid changes to the employment landscape and skills requirements, thus resulting in substantial challenges for recruiting, training and managing talent.
Atish, Director IMT Ghaziabad said, "I believe that gap in future workforce will always exist, it's all about how we adjust with this." The same thing happened to IT in 80’s era which is now happening to energy.
Few of the industries may find themselves in a scenario of positive employment demand for tough to recruit specialist occupations with concurrent skills instability across many existing roles. For example, the Mobility industries expect employment growth accompanied by a situation where nearly 40 per cent of the skills required by key jobs in the industry are not yet part of the core skill set of these functions today.
NV Ramarao Director NIT, Warangal raised a point of simplicity in methods of conventional teaching to be simplified.
BB Ahuja, Director of College of Engineering, Puna said that we have forgotten to breach our students how to think? He has also called upon the need for domain expert for teaching the certain technique to students that can't be delivered to them in regular courses. College of Engineering, Puna is the college where students made a picosatellite which Indian space research organization had sent to space.
Another valid point was raised by Rupamanjari Ghosh, VC of Shiv Nadar University that how jobs are becoming extinct due to technology intervention in every sphere of business. She has also picked up few valid points of a process which involves observation, generation, and application of various knowledge fields. Addressing the same, Ashu Goswami, HR, Swiss Military lifestyle products suggested educationists to come together and design life-skill related courses which be used to mould real-time capacity among employable students.