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Aequs establishes a centre for research in Aerospace Manufacturing Technology in collaboration with MSU and NSDCMedhavi Skills University and Counsel India Unveil Pragati 2024 for Skill DevelopmentMSU and Indian Airforce signs MoU to provide Higher Education for IAF fraternity Last Date to submit RFP FOR QUALIFICATION & CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT has been extended till 15th June 2023.Medhavi Skills University signed an MoU with NIFD Global for the Fashion and Interior designing programmes.Medhavi Skills University signed an MoU with The Marriott Westin for the Hospitality & Hotel Management programmes.Medhavi Skills University signed an MoU with Critical Care Hospital & Research Institute for Healthcare programmes.Medhavi Skills University signed an MoU with The Fern Hotels & Resorts for the Hospitality & Hotel Management programmes.Medhavi Skills University signed an MoU with The Institute of Certified Public Accountants (ICPA).Medhavi Skills University signed an MoU with Medicity Guwahati Aruna Memorial Hospital for Healthcare programmes.Medhavi Skills University signed an MoU with Holiday Inn Express an IHG Hotel for the Diploma in Hospitality & Hotel Operations.Admission Open for Work Integrated Programme Session 2022-23.Medhavi Skills University signed an MoU with National Skill DevelopmentCorporation (NSDC) to promote long term skill-embedded degree/diploma courses among students who have completed either class 10 or 12.Medhavi Skills University signed an MoU with Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn an IHG Hotel for the 3-Year Degree program in B.Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Management.Medhavi Skills University established on 24th June,2021.Medhavi Skills University is UGC Recognised.Medhavi Skills University signed an MoU with the Tourism & Hospitality Skill Council.Medhavi Skills University signed an MoU with the Directorate General Of Training.Medhavi Skills University signed an MoU with B4M Entertainment.Medhavi Skills University has signed an MoU with the Centre of Excellence in Maritime & Shipbuilding (CEMS), a skill development initiative by the Indian Register of Shipping (IRCLASS) and Sagarmala – Ministry of Ports, Shipping & Waterways.

Skills in Higher Education

Today, India is one of the youngest nations in the world with more than 62% of its population in the working-age group (15-59 years), and over 54% of its total population below 25 years of age.

Today, India is one of the youngest nations in the world with more than 62% of its population in the working-age group (15-59 years), and over 54% of its total population below 25 years of age. The world is rapidly aging, but India is still young. India's population is estimated to be 141.7 crore by the end of 2022 with 50% of the population being under the age of 30. In the next few decades, India will be a powerhouse of talent and one of the largest contributors to the global workforce. To reap this demographic dividend, India needs to equip its workforce with knowledge and employability skills so that they can contribute substantially to the economic growth and development of the country. Our ability to provide high-quality educational opportunities to the youth will determine the future of our country.

According to the India Skills Report 2023, 50.3% of young people in education were found to be highly employable overall. The current share of women in the Indian workforce is 33%, which is less than that of males at 67%. More concerning is the growing wealth inequality. The top 1% in India now owns more than 40.5% of total wealth in 2021, while the bottom 50% of the population has around 3% of total wealth, as per the Oxfam India report 2023. Be it the lack of employment opportunities for educated youth or growing wealth inequality or reduced participation of women in the workforce, having access to quality and affordable professional higher education with assured employability can be instrumental in improving the present scenario.

The higher education space is a platform to groom the youth for the development of the world and self. Offering a stalwart progressive ecosystem for learning is essential.

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To ensure that learning and experience become outcome-driven, persistent, and progressive, it has to be through applied forms maturing to the acquisition of skills through action reflection, practice, and innovation. With the social behavior of youth and the nature of work in a process of consistent change, there is a need to reimagine the strategic integration of skills in higher education linked to their entry into the professional world.

Designing higher education programs to synchronize the paramount energy, excited instinct, and explorative mind for self-transformation requires competency-driven curriculum, outcome-based engagement, accelerating teamwork space, and appropriate mentorship. More importantly, the learning needs to mature through the composite structure of the classroom (online, offline, self-led, peer- supported), lab/workshop (practical, practice production), community (solving community problems), field/industry/workspace (advanced and mass production/solution in real-time). Companion Platform Skills Competition, Hackathons, Industry Challenges, Training Assistance, Skill Development, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship initiatives should be integrated seamlessly.