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LabourNet announces Skilling breakthroughs in Healthcare, Infrastructure Equipment sectors

LabourNet  announces Skilling breakthroughs in Healthcare, Infrastructure Equipment sectors

New Delhi, July 14 (UNI) India has the world’s largest youth workforce today and it is estimated that there will be 104.62 million fresh entrants in the labour market by 2022.

On the occasion of the fourth ‘World Youth Skills Day’ on Sunday, LabourNet, one of India’s leading social enterprises in skill development and enabling sustainable livelihoods, announced its future plans to further expand its focus on skilling youth in Karnataka.

The current youth unemployment rate continues to remain as high as 10 per cent with 31 million unemployed in India and more importantly, 43 per cent of India’s youth are not in employment, education or training.

The unemployment rate in Karnataka is 5.1 per cent as of today and one of the main reasons for this is the gaps in their skills, which prevents them from being gainfully employed.

LabourNet has been skilling youth and providing them opportunities for wage employment and self-employment through creation of micro enterprises.

Speaking at the press briefing, Dr Gayathri Vasudevan, Co- Founder & CEO, LabourNet said youth skill development was the need of the hour to ensure that today’s youth of Karnataka do not remain unemployed or under-employed due to gaps in their skills.

'By partnering with governments, local corporates and industry bodies, we have trained over 700,000

Indians so far and are on our way to impacting 10 million livelihoods by the year 2022,” Dr Vasudevan said.

LabourNet also shared its plans for skilling in the Healthcare and Infrastructure Equipment sectors, which would help provide employment opportunities in India and abroad. The enterprise has been chosen as one of the first few authorised partners for the Government’s strategic Indo-Japan Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) that aims to send more than 3 lakh Indian youth to Japan for a 1 year internship program and technical training.

Under the partnership with AyurVAID programme, LabourNet has partnered with the leading chain of Ayurvedahospitals - AyurVAID to train more than 10,000 Ayurveda Paricharaks (Caregivers)in the next five years. These Paricharaks will be trained for a year as a Caregiver, besides being trained in Japanese language, post which they will be sent to Japan for hands-on internship.

Speaking on the occasion Rajiv Vasudevan, MD and CEO of AyurVAID explained “Elder care workers are in high demand in Japan with more than 380,000 required by the year 2025. These caregivers need a very high level of professional training in healthcare to be able to provide high quality, standardised care as Japan has developed outstanding technology and know-how in Care Work.

'Ayurveda Paricharaks trained at AyurVAID will have the technical expertise as well as skill sets and hence will be suited for this high-class training, and with our partnership with LabourNet we would be able to ensure our trainees meet the highest quality to qualify them as Health Caregivers for Japan.”.

With infrastructure being a key driver of the Indian economy, and a massive increase in spending on infrastructure in India in recent years, the Infrastructure Equipment sector too has seen tremendous growth.

The Infrastructure Equipment Sector is expected to cross 100,000 units per year during FY 18-19 and the Infrastructure Equipment Skill Council (IESC) has been the flag bearer in skilling workers for operating these Infrastructure Equipment.

These Infrastructure Equipment can only be operated by trained and certified operators and mechanics and LabourNet has been at the forefront of providing skilling for this Sector, since the very beginning in 2015, by developing the Qualification Packs (Courses) for training Entry Level, Middle Level and Supervisors for 29 different Job Roles.

IESC CEO H S Mohan said “In the coming years it is projected that over a million additional trained operators and mechanics would be required to meet the expected growth of construction equipment.

Therefore, skilling and certification of the unemployed youth is critical to ensure proper usage of these sophisticated equipment and reducing the maintenance costs. LabourNet has partnered with us to first define the training courses and now to conduct the trainings for operators of cranes, booms and excavators”, according to a release here on Saturday


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