Upcoming B2B Gems & Jewellery Exhibition- 19th - 20th - 21st January 2019. Bangalore.

WorldSkills to celebrate WYSD on 15 July!


WYSD is now officially recognized by the United Nations, and WorldSkills will join the organizations of the United Nations and other international and regional organizations, to raise awareness of the importance of acquiring skills as a means to address the challenges of unemployment and under employment, and as a way to achieve better socio-economic conditions for all youth.

WorldSkills appeals the globe to share views, why skills rule the world! Pampers to celebrate Skill throughout June by joining their online campaign by sharing reasons, why skills rule the world. “We know skills make everything possible. Whether it is the electrician that brings us power, the chef that prepares an inspired meal, or the programmer that makes magic out of code - Skills Rule the World” says WorldSkills.

Right with Modi government that formed have focused on Skill India with number of initiatives & accordingly India has all those reasons to celebrate World Skill Day on July 15!

Recently in the month of May 15 MSDE and NSDE announces the launch of Incremental Human Resource Reuirement reports. According to the findings of Incremental Human Resource Reuirement reports the incremental human resource requirement across these 24 sectors- including gem & jewellery industry is nearly 109.731 million whereby the top 10 sectors account for about 80% of requirements.

On the other hand India has signed the MoUs with Canada to scale-up its skill development initiatives. NSDC signed MoU with 12 Canadian Universities Ottawa, Canada. The MoUs were a part of the contingent of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s three day visit to Canada and with the objective of providing job related training for India’s rapidly growing youth population through international collaborations.

The Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Rajiv Pratap Rudy says: “India is a human resource rich country which needs to empower its youth with training and techniques to build a more powerful workforce. It is only when our youth are trained and skilled as per international best practices and standards that we can become the ‘Skill Capital’ of the world. The transfer of knowledge between India and Canada will enhance our capabilities and help us become ready for jobs across both the countries and still maintain quality standards for industries. We are honoured to be partnering Canada on the skills agenda.”

Last year India had 1st mark of Gold on the World Skills Landscape & had bag 6 medals at WorldSkills OCEANIA Competition where Surajit Kumar Rana won Silver medal for Jewellery!