Global Skills Summit

The 13th Global Skills Summit organized by FICCI 2022 on 27th & 28th September 2022

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Posted on 20 Sep 2022
16:32 PM

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Summary
This year the Summit would focus on “Education to Employability- making it happen” and discuss key implementable actions that would ease the transition for the youth of our country
Apart from the International Organizations like World Bank, ILO, UNDP, UNICEF, GIZ, and UN Women; the Summit will see participation from Industry leaders from organizations like LinkedIn, Adobe, Mahindra & Mahindra, Schneider Electric, etc

The theme of the 13th edition of the Global Skills Summit (GSS) is Education to Employability – Making it Happen. More than 80 speakers from Industry, Government, and the Indian TVET ecosystem will be gracing the event.

After two years of absence due to the pandemic, the Summit has entered its 15th year of inception. FICCI Skills is proud to have been a pioneer in creating India’s largest skill conclave which sees participation from India and abroad. For years we have been discussing pertinent themes like Skills and Knowledge, Emerging Skills – India 2020, Quality Paradigms in Vocational Training, New Age Skills for Today and Tomorrow, and many more.

This year the Summit would focus on “Education to Employability- making it happen” and discuss key implementable actions that would ease the transition for the youth of our country. Shri Dharmendra Pradhan, Union Minister for Education, Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, GoI, has been invited to inaugurate and address the Summit. Other eminent speakers include Shri Atul Kumar Tiwari, Secretary, Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Shri Kundan Kumar, Adviser, Skill Development, Labour & Employment -NITI AAYOG, Dr. Nirmaljeet Singh Kalsi, IAS (Retd.), Chairman, NCVET, Shri Ved Mani Tiwari, Chief Operating Officer at National Skill Development Corporation, Prof. Anil D. Sahasrabudhe, Chairman NETF & Former Chairman, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).

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Apart from the International Organizations like World Bank, ILO, UNDP, UNICEF, GIZ, and UN Women; the Summit will see participation from Industry leaders from organizations like LinkedIn, Adobe, Mahindra & Mahindra, Schneider Electric, Hindustan Unilever, Salesforce, Skillveri Metaverse & XR Simulations, Amazon, goDiscover, HoodApp and many more.

There will also be discussions on encouraging Entrepreneurship, Apprenticeship, and Craftsmanship. The Summit will bring together key stakeholders to deliberate upon strategies and share best practices that help in developing a 21st-century skills ecosystem. With more than 400 participants, the key features of the Summit will be Panel Sessions, Masterclasses, Virasat: The Heritage, Exposition, and B2B meetings.

The Summit will take a deeper look at future steps in skilling, changing demand in the job market, existing employment opportunities in India, and gainful engagement of entrepreneurs, craftsmen, and artisans.

8 impressive panels will be covering the following themes which we believe will help the ecosystem in creating smoother Education to Employability pathways for young India.

  1. Skilling in Schooling and Schooling in Skilling
  2. Employability-led skilling in India: Role of Corporates & Social Sector Organizations
  3. The Future of Skilling: New World of Work
  4. Internationalization of Skilling
  5. Boosting Entrepreneurship & Ease of doing business
  6. VIRASAT – The Heritage' Vocal for Local: Go Global'
  7. Skill Financing – Creating a sustainable ecosystem
  8. Apprenticeships for employability

The Summit speakers will deliberate on the following:

  • Skill Development of the new generation is a national need. It is the foundation stone for a Self-reliant India. What are the key actions that we need to take to seamlessly integrate formal education with vocational education?
  • What do government, policymakers, industry, academia, and service providers do to reap the demographic dividend before it’s too late?
  • How do we maximize the engagement with Industry to create an Industry led skilling ecosystem in our country? What role can the Government play in supporting it?
  • Is Internationalisation of Skilling possible, do we need to consider International Colleges/ Universities/ Training Providers as potential ecosystem partners? If yes, how do we strengthen our engagements with them?
  • Supporting Entrepreneurs and new businesses, how can Government and Industry collaborate to support them with the ease of doing business?
  • How can Apprenticeship support the education to employability transition, does it help in enhancing the employability quotient?
  • With national funding on skilling reaching minimal levels, how do we create a sustainable skilling ecosystem that has to move from a government-led push ecosystem to a market-led pull ecosystem?

About FICCI ARISE

Established 90 years ago, the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) is the largest and oldest apex business organization in India. A non-government, not-for-profit organization, FICCI is the voice of India’s business and industry. From influencing policy to encouraging debate, and engaging with policymakers and civil society, FICCI articulates the views and concerns of industry.

FICCI Alliance for Re-Imagining School Education (ARISE) is a collegium of stakeholders who represent different facets of School Education. Members include several high-quality and reputed independent schools from across the country, eminent educators, foundations, civil society representatives, think tanks, and technical experts. The fundamental vision of FICCI ARISE is to become a catalyst in government and private efforts for raising the quality of learning outcomes across schools and to ensure that no child is left behind.

Link- https://ficciarise.org/

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Last updated on 20 Sep 2022
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