Skill development of the youth and educating underprivileged people are the most reliable and efficient strategies to alleviate poverty. We can substantially improve the prospects of those who would otherwise be unable to obtain work by educating and transferring skills to those who would otherwise be unable to do so. When seen in this light, skill development benefits the entire country and thus, the world. Skills development is for our country’s most disempowered and marginalized populations, providing individuals with economic opportunities that they would not otherwise have.
When just one person is emboldened and empowered by training and education, they can empower other members of their families, culminating in a grassroots movement that can empower entire communities. The goal of the skill development mission is to meet the growing need for skilled workforce across all industries and to close the global skills gap. There is a pressing need to begin a world-class skill development program in mission mode to handle the problem of imparting the skills that a developing economy requires. The mission’s framework and administration must be such that the program may be easily scaled up to encompass the majority of the people. It will also take some initiatives, coordination and enhancements from the private sector to establish Private-Public Partnership approaches. This can have catalytic effects on the employment industry and and abundance of the youth getting upskilled and uplifting their generations to come.