RAJHEDI, INDIA – As India’s economy grows, cities expand and new industries arise, officials and policy analysts are grappling with a key question: Will Indians have the skills to build the new India?
By 2022, India will be short of more than 103 million skilled workers in the infrastructure sector, about 35 million in the automobile industry and 33 million in construction. By contrast, there is expected to be a shortage of only 5 million in the technology sector.
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