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India at this moment has a great demographic advantage and opportunity with 65% of human resource pool under the age of 35 and over 12 million more shall be added, year on year (India Skill Report, UNDP). This great opportunity for growth comes embedded with a greater challenge to equip them with employable skills and skills that ensure career progression.

The employment landscape is changing briskly with disruptive developments in business models across the globe, and there is a compelling need to provide adequate and relevant skilling, re-skilling, up-skilling and cross-skilling to remain relevant and retain the competitive edge. A report by FICCI-NASSCOM, ‘Future of Skills and Jobs in India’ states that 9% of the workforce would be deployed in new jobs that do not exist today that would require skilling in emerging technologies in a sustained manner.

The Skilling models need to transform from ‘teaching mode’ to ‘facilitation learning’ mode that match the current and emerging requirements. Models that exactly map the needs of the industry and those that open up opportunities to people down to the bottom of the pyramid are the need of the hour.

Over the last decade, Easy Educate has worked with globally renowned Universities and engaged with over 300 medium and large corporates in the executive education space developing a deep understanding of the skill requirements, L&D initiatives and the available learning solutions.

Easy Educate is now leveraging on its expertise to offer a model that effectively imparts vertical specific, corporate specific and job specific skills on a single platform. A platform, that combines content delivery with effective mentoring from best subject matter experts and assessment metrics that can validate knowledge transfer. The platform will provide relevant and adequate skills to job seekers and re-skilling, cross-skilling, and up-skilling options to working executives in IT & ITES, Banking, Insurance, Finance, Retail, Logistics, Facilities and Hospitality verticals.

This cost effective and engaging learning solution is expected to create a huge social impact as it will offer equal opportunities to over 8-10 million students graduating from Indian Higher Education Institutions each year. The solution is also expected to cater to the continuing education needs of over 4 million working executives requiring re-skilling, cross-skilling and up-skilling to achieve career progression.

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