After two years of absence due to the pandemic, the Summit is back in physical mode. 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.
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 the young India.
|Skilling in Schooling and Schooling in Skilling||Boosting Entrepreneurship & Ease of doing business|
|Employability-led skilling in India: Role of Corporates & Social Sector Organizations||VIRASAT – The Heritage’ Vocal for Local: Go Global’|
|The Future of Skilling: New World of Work||Skill Financing – Creating sustainable ecosystem|
|Internationalization of Skilling||Apprenticeships for employability|
Apart from the International Organizations like World Bank, ILO, UNDP, UNICEF, GIZ, UN Women; the Summit will see participation from Industry leaders from organisations 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 helps 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.