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Indian Labours
Government or industry – Who picks the baton on employment?

The key to reviving employment in India is to spur investment from the industry in low-productivity sectors and further boost the startup ecosystem. In the long-term, the focus needs to be on investme...

Prof. Dr. Vandana Sonwaney, Director, SIOM
Edtech startups can help bridge the gaps in Indian education system

Edtech start-ups design their products on education life cycle and not on individual learning cycle. This impacts not just teaching but also learning....

Iceberg ahead! What the post-COVID era portends for jobs, education & societies

Nandu Nandkishore, Professor, Indian School of Business, cautions that new technologies, particularly automation and AI, promise a highly uncertain future for jobs. Individuals and societies that try ...

Job Market
Post-COVID jobs: At the crossroads of technology, humanity & planet

Jobs of the future will reflect new technologies and paradigms with the rise in green economy jobs, roles in engineering, Big Data and AI as well as traditional roles that emphasise greater human inte...

Ashutosh Gupta
Post-COVID, professionals are investing in learning to stay future ready

Ashutosh Gupta, India Country Manager, LinkedIn affirms that professionals have placed their faith in ‘learning’ to grapple with the new post-COVID reality, become future-proof, and stay productiv...

Rajan
India must frame policies for legal, safe and orderly migration

In the long run, COVID-19 will create new opportunities, sectors, categories and corridors. To stay the leading receiver of inward remittances, India needs to promote upskilling of migrants to take up...

Dr Arpita Mukherjee TPCI IBT
Globally, there is a focus on local jobs and upskilling

Dr Arpita Mukherjee, ICRIER, believes that India should work closely with other countries on how to support Indian migrants in those markets. At the same time, it should should upskill its workforce f...

COVID-19 & Indian diaspora: An unpleasant homecoming?

India faces a tough challenge in creating decent jobs for returning diaspora post-COVID-19. A multipronged strategy would be needed to resolve this issue, which entails investments in human capital, r...

Tourism sector: Charting a post pandemic resurrection course

To counter the COVID-19 impact on tourism revenues, countries are exploring possible course corrections like bilateral travel bubbles, domestic tourism, travel insurance, mandatory screenings and touc...


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