Sustainable economic growth and inclusive human development are at the core of building a workforce aligned to the changes in the future of work and learning. As India embarks on the G20 presidency, there is a dire need to come up with innovative solutions to equip the young people with employable skills and knowledge that meet the requirements of Industry 4.0 and changes in the global marketplace. 

By 2030, India will be the largest and youngest workforce with more than half of its population below the age of 30 years. Our young workforce will need the right skills to remain relevant in an ever-changing future workplace. 

No one entity can take on the responsibility of building skills for our large workforce; collaboration is the only way forward to ensure that no young person is left behind and is able to contribute meaningfully to our economy.

The Future Skills Forum was envisioned with the aim of fostering collaboration to build creative solutions for the challenges of youth employability. 

This national-level event brings together key stakeholders like government skill training institutions, civil society organizations (CSOs), industry and corporate social responsibility partners, to drive collaborative action towards helping young people acquire critical 21st century skills for the future. 

It also aims to address challenges in government skill training institutions associated with building awareness amongst youth on careers in emerging sectors like gig, care, tech and green. 

It provides a platform to stakeholders across the skilling ecosystem to:

If you would like to be part of this journey and transform the skilling ecosystem in India.

Click to RSVP for more information.  Here is the detailed Agenda:

*Agenda is subject to changes