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Preetham said: (Tue, Sep 23, 2014 05:19:33 PM)    
 
Hello, I would like to add a few words. I am a musician and an entrepreneur from India. From what I have seen, India is filled with people who pay attention to high level learning more than basic and that is the actual problem. Every Indian who is put in a state to compete with a foreigner of the same discipline is out-shined by the peer in minute degrees and that is because the basics not being right. Be it product based or service based or any other form living art.

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Pritam Singh said: (Thu, Aug 21, 2014 12:31:36 PM)    
 
My opinion is that in India no shortage of skilled manpower but most of the manpower are skilled but we have to shine them continuously. Eg in the sat-sung, they make the time frame so that these things attack on their mind continuously. So same pattern here everybody know about wrong & right but we have to show them their potential, passion, hard work, soft work etc. Then you will see the effectiveness.

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Maduri said: (Sat, Aug 2, 2014 02:07:07 AM)    
 
Hi I am Maduri,

I want to state my opinion regarding this topic. I do not agree with it first that we have shortage in skill power. We too have skilled people who work for many companies. But they lack is proper guidance. The government is responsible for this. Due to poverty only mainly facilities are not available to the people who are talented. And also reservation system is causing the talented people to suffer a lot.

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S.S.Mani said: (Wed, Jun 4, 2014 02:28:44 PM)    
 
I am concerned about the shortage of skilled manpower in sectors that depend on ITIs and the likes. Till some time back, there were institutes, inferior to ITIs but which were developing youngsters some skills for some trades. It was in a way productive. However now they are changing their lines as they say that no more youngsters are coming for such trades. Reasons are many. Salaries are DISPROPORTIONATELY lower for them compared with what their friends with some higher qualifications earn. So naturally an aversion to be an worker is developing. Second, the charges by even by such second rung institutes have become unaffordable for those who are interested. The net result is industry is suffering. I can bringin AC industry as an example. There are answers, but as long term vision is lacking at higher levels, no initiative is coming through.

My suggestion is for various associations/bodies/technical groups/non profit NGOs must initiate free training, or training with stipend during training from affected trade companies, and also fix a sort of minimum remuneration for them as they come out.

If this is not attempted immediately, the future of at least such trades look very bleak to me.

And I am not an AC mechanic, but a qualified AC engineer running my own branded dealership business, getting affected day by day!

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Spill said: (Thu, Mar 20, 2014 12:38:08 PM)    
 
In INDIA has more knowledge people. In this country need a lot of opportunities and providing good salary in our country. In INDIAN people to avoid go to foreign countries for job. We need more hardworking to get job in our country. In our country has also a lot of opportunities for working job.

Nowadays INDIA has a second place among the population. Then also we need more improvements in our skills. The skills are not developed by school and colleges. If we need more skill developments then we try to improve that.

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Sailorkng said: (Thu, Mar 20, 2014 10:59:59 AM)    
 
What is the impinging problem now?: whether lack of skill or lack of industrial development in accommodating the vast workforce. Consider a Country like Japan after 1945 went for mass recruitment and selection process from schools and colleges. It was on the job training (OJT) that trained, shaped and molded the vast manpower according to its need. TO my mind it occurs that still India needed a rapid expansion of industrialization. If everyone can drive cycle, car and use computer within one month there there is no need skill at all. Given a chance everyone can perform better.

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Preeti Lall said: (Fri, Mar 14, 2014 02:40:30 AM)    
 
Hi All,

It is a harsh reality that we Indians lack in skilled manpower and what we have is not enough and not being utilized properly. Probably now it is time to change our study patterns and develop them in a more constructive manner. Our Government of India should now start a crusade (Set of rules/laws to be followed strictly) from 3rd or 4th grade and beyond where we get to know our hobbies or our likings towards something constructive (sports, dancing, singing, liking towards pets plants, pets, carpentry etc. ).

Equal importance should be given to the vocational activities, because we as humans tend to develop a difference between our likings and dislikings from our early age. Definitely our interests change as we grow but we will have a lot of options to decide from the practical exposure. We never forget our projects, experiments and maths problems, do we? This is because these are the kinds of practical knowledge in which indulged our minds more and more until we have solution.

Just try to remember a small experiment where we distilled water from impurities by using tubes, water, heat and finally vapour. Can you ever for get it? You might forget the names of the chemical reactions but you would never forget how distillation process works. Our single practical experiment has a vital impact on our mind due to which our understanding grows to the wider perspective of how things work.

Today the need is not just to be educated but how skillful you are? It is like our education system makes us educated but not qualified. To qualify we should have specialized skills.

I hope my thoughts are reachable to the right personnels as it will help our education standard and society to grow more. I have a lot of thought that keep popping in my mind but do not have the right people to share with.

Please give your comments if you like or dislike my thought as this might bring out a lot of change that can help us to make our nation grow strong. It is only this time to find out solutions to our problems instead of just discussing and cursing our government for our present situation.

ITS NOW OR NEVER!

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Nandhini.S said: (Tue, Feb 18, 2014 02:38:12 PM)    
 
Hi.

I too have a question that Indian people are lack in their practical knowledge?

NO, the indians are not lacking in their knowledge, they have immense knowledge but the way of educating the people is in a wrong way, many foreign countries are coming to India to recruit a talented Indian people to their companies, this shows that indians were skilled but the government of India is not utilising in a proper manner, if the Indian government launches schools and colleges in every nook and corner of the country then all the peoples in inaccessible areas also educated, and in this we can overcome our shortage of skilled manpower in india, our education system should be changed, our education system should be in a practical oriented, during their schooldays itself they should have been teached how to implement their technical skills in their practical life.

I finally finish my speech by saying that.

"INDIANS ARE THE MOST SKILLED PERSONS BUT OUR GOVERNMENT DOES NOT CREATING A GOOD WAY OF EDUCATION SYSTEM HOW TO UTILISING THAT SKILLS".

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Karthisri said: (Thu, Jan 30, 2014 11:58:54 AM)    
 
It is frank that the India contain a huge of Manpower. But India is unable to use it.

Now a days most of employes anxious to say ' I am working in US ', ' I am in LONDON '. Just think once where he is from. He is from India itself. So please use our manpower for our country to improve.

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Rajeev said: (Tue, Jan 28, 2014 05:31:52 PM)    
 
Hello Everyone.

We live in a country of 1.2 billion population and still we have shortage of trained, skilled and practical people. What a shame for us. But think who is bringing such circumstances. Of course our sure guess will go to our Government responsible for this education system. Yep they are but what about us. I think we are more responsible for such result more than our concerned authority. Suppose today you get placement offer from two companies during your study at college in final year. Lets say one is from India and other from US. Where will we choose to go? Almost 95% of people will choose to go abroad unless they have some their personal issues. Reason being is that they provide us far better environment, a comfortable life and salary that most of us shake hands with them. What benefit did our nation get from you then?

You will awkward to know that HRD ministry spends about 400 crores out of which only 50 crores is taken from students as fees every year in IITs. And Sarcasm is that it is spent for serving to nations other than India.

It is also true that our education system is not that much updated as per the current scenario. We Indians are rich in theoretical part but we can't even bulb a light by connecting wires together such is our practical skill today. The reason behind this all is our corrupt politicians who are taking no interest in bringing change to it is not a topic that will bring ransum to them.

So what we are required is to discuss these issues with our concerned authority right from the grass root label, i.e. University label which can further increase the attention of our national authority. And at the same time Each of Everyone of us should take oath that we are going to contribute something to this nation No matter where we go or from what field be belong.

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Sbl said: (Mon, Jan 27, 2014 10:05:53 AM)    
 
I obey with you. Really skilled manpower shortage in India due to less knowledge in practical things. Just think once on rural areas without any training some people create wonders in technology who told them to how to do it, no one. They put their theoretical knowledge into practical things. Thus why they did it right. So, in our education system stress is high that's what the problem to think freely, whenever that stress is goes on then our education system trained skilled manpower. Then we escape from shortage of skilled manpower.

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Rupesh said: (Sun, Jan 26, 2014 11:32:05 PM)    
 
Hello everyone!

To the best of my knowledge today India's literacy is more or less 70-72%. Since India is a country of huge population, it reflects clearly vast number of people are still uneducated. We can't anticipate skilled job from them. MNC's demands are well qualified employee with perfection for the manpower strength in the company. India seems lagging in this sector. There are deficiencies of institutions also, which could produce skilled manpower in quick successions as compared to japan, US etc.

Our government introduces plans which could give guarantee employment (like NREGA) , but thing which Indian economy needs pretty badly today is the source from where they could gain skills. The plannings of the government are totally flawed. They don't make a well established successful Indian, instead they are making labors with a pathetic job. Government isn't providing opportunities to learn and growth, but they are enhancing those schemes which could help them to stand in center and states. Every politician know this fact pretty well, but they has to indulge in their own life also. The situation how economy suffering from crisis, doesn't bother to upper echelon bureaucrats including politicians.

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Bindu said: (Sun, Jan 26, 2014 09:45:45 AM)    
 
INDIA is a country with lots of great minds and manpower. But everything is going in vain because of the lack of practical education which helps develop greater skills in man. Practical education alone cannot improve skilled manpower there are other reasons also which has to taken care of. If the people of India are skilled in proper manner there is no doubt that India would soon be a developed country. This is the responsibility of our government and each and everyone of us.

The government should give opportunities so that the intelligence and talent of our countrymen will be seen and it will not be wasted.

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Sandeep Desai said: (Thu, Jan 9, 2014 03:03:59 PM)    
 
In India there are lot of resources and lot of manpower but this manpower is not well skilled. This is due to lack of practical knowledge. We have to concentrate on the practical knowledge during our education program.

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Sarat Chandra Prasad said: (Sun, Jan 5, 2014 11:50:07 AM)    
 
Hello everyone.

We know that recently MNCs recruited students of IIT with a package of 1.2 crore rupees.

This proves the capability of people in India. The thing is we are lacking of resources which mould the youth to desired shape by making them skillful. Education became a business in India which is boon for youth making them lacking of skills.

Though there are highly skillful people in India their number is not comparable to population in India. So I agree with the fact that India is in shortage of skilled manpower.

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Gkt said: (Sat, Jan 4, 2014 12:37:53 PM)    
 
Hello Friends,

From my point of about "skilled manpower shortage in India" is that India has got skilled manpower but after people doing graduation they fly to developed country like USA, UK because here in India there is less money being paid as compared to other developed country like USA when they go to other country they do settle there. NASA has got 30% of people are from India, Microsoft has got 20% people are from India, in every sector you will see Indian are working in whole word because of their skills. India has got such skills that they can do any work depend upon the demand.

In India, graduate student who wants to do research on some specific topic they think that they will not able proceed research here because of lack of proper education system, lack of infrastructure, lack of good mentor so, they have go to the other developed country like USA.

In India, our education system have following drawbacks:

1. Lack of infrastructure.

2. Lack of good teacher in government school.

3. In our education system we concentrate more on theoretical knowledge, and we ignore practical knowledge.

- When you will go in any industries you will see that only 20% of theoretical knowledge are implemented so, I think we should concentrate more on practical knowledge.

4. Lack of proper guidance.

5. Government ignorance.

As we know India has population of 1.26 billion and second largest populated country in the world after china. So, India has got lot of manpower but they are less skilled. In India, labour is very cheap many foreign company Walmart, Apple, Microsoft, Google, BMW, Audi are investing in India because they got there job done in.

Less cost and they pay less amount to India because here employment is less there is competition among people so, they are ready to work even at less salary.

- Government should open new research centre, concentrate on industries, improve education system, good infrastructure, pay more to employee so, they will not leaves our motherland.

Thank you.

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Kiran Tate said: (Thu, Jan 2, 2014 12:31:42 PM)    
 
Hello friends,

Probably in India there is less skill because of illiterate people & poverty. Still India is developing in the field of Sports, Education. India has manpower but not skilled they are uneducated. But be proud to be an Indian.

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Sakthikannan said: (Fri, Dec 27, 2013 05:29:34 AM)    
 
Hi, friends all your people has said from your point of views about manpower shortage in India. In our country most of the people are hard workers. People are working for daily wages. Because of they have to work for earning the income. Now a days technologies has improved even though man need to be operate the machine. There is need for man. So as we are the Indians we should be accept the manpower without man there will not be a proper work environment.

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Nita said: (Fri, Dec 20, 2013 01:15:54 PM)    
 
According to my opinion Skilled Manpower Shortage in India is not correct because Swami Vivekand said "Everyone Have Power TO Do Anything", So we can't says that the People are not skilled if they got a chance to prove there self then everyone will be ahead. In NASA out of 11 people 7 are Indian.

Yes at some places where education can't reach at that places the people are not well educated but it does not mean Skilled manpower is shortage in India.

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Arijit said: (Fri, Dec 6, 2013 01:53:09 PM)    
 
Hello everyone,

Let's face it we inherited our modern systems from the British who were interested mainly in ruling the country efficiently and make wealth for their home country, Britain. So our educational system, in Western model, was designed by the British rulers to create a legion of 'babus' - essentially clerks - who would assist the Brits in effectively administering this country. The Brits were not interested in our ingenuity, creativity or sense of enquiry. They were not particularly interested in developing a scientific temper in their Indian subjects because all technology was profitably imported from Britain. It made sense for the Brits to make us literate but not necessarily well educated and enlightened. For genuine education one had to cross the seas and seek enlightenment in some English school and university. No wonder most of our Indian intellectuals in the 19th and 20th century were 'English Educated' from abroad.

Unfortunately, after Independence, we continued with the same education system we had inherited. Our system lays over emphasis on cramming theory; practical application is very much given the short shrift. Think of what happens to a child in school, if he or she is fortunate enough to be in one; from an early age we are taught to learn by rote, we are discouraged to ask questions lest we embarrass the class teacher! Our education systematically kills our curiosity and creativity. We are forced to learn a whole lot of outdated rubbish which has very little practical value only because it is in our syllabus.

Having studied in one of India's premier institutes - IIT - I can tell the difference a good education does. Our schools and colleges worships mediocrity. Who is to blame? Our educators - they are fossils from another era. They are more interested in perpetuating the old system to preserve their august position. How many of them open the windows of their mind to see where the rest of the world headed?

After Independence we did start some world-class educational institutes such as the IITs and IIMs which recognised and rewarded merit (and not how much money you can fork out to enter to these hallowed portals) but short-sighted politics has started dumbing-down the standards to a lower common denominator level.

It is the native intelligence of Indian students that is our saving grace. We are an innately intelligent people compared to many and therefore, it is no wonder that we thrive when we find a place where our talent is recognised and encouraged to flourish.

We will continue to churn out 'unemployable' educated people and bemoan the lack of skilled manpower till we sweep out the antiquated education system of ours. Countries that allow young people to question the status quo and find a better way tomorrow obviously progress.

To unleash the tremendous potential young Indians possess we need to forthwith update our education system and get rid of those who are comfortably enjoying their lofty sinecure as framers of our education policy. That will change our fossilised institutions and allow bright talent to shine. That will change the managers who run our industries by making them more creative and less servile to the past. That will change India.

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Priti said: (Mon, Dec 2, 2013 07:48:02 PM)    
 
Hii friends, we all know that India have huge talented hard working and youth man power as compared to other countries but I think that these Indian youths don't get proper opportunities and moral support to prove themself and to improve there skills so they prefer to migrate to foreign countries where they get recognition and best opportunities to flourish themself and to increase there skills.

Besides these foreign countries provide proper platform to talented youths to showcase there skills and they value those skills and not only that they constantly motivate there citizens and help them in all possible ways.

So I think we all Indian citizens should get united and we should be made aware about the importance to be skilled and should support each other to develop our skills.

Indian government should provide best possible competitions and opportunities to skilled manpower and should concentrate more on practical approaches then theoretical one.

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Meghana said: (Sat, Nov 23, 2013 11:47:21 AM)    
 
Hi friends,

In my point of view, our country is one of the youngest country in the world because of large population. But our talents are not utilized by our country so they are moving to the foreign countries.

So India should encourage our talents for development of country.

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Bipinsagar said: (Sat, Nov 16, 2013 10:43:37 PM)    
 
Good one. When we talk about the skilled manpower n India we must concentrate on some key points. Our educational upbringing and our prejudices about the opportunities in India. We are best in software (look to quick heal software). We are the best in management skills. We have done researches from kamasutra to asus. So we are having a potent manpower but if we are lacking somewhere it is in the effective utilization of the commodity we have got.

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Devi Jwala said: (Tue, Nov 5, 2013 03:32:41 PM)    
 
I disagree with statement of lack of skilled manpower in India. Indians are more talented people but due to lack advanced technology and lack chances to show their talent they are migrating to foreign countries and they are making money for their talent.

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Ananya said: (Tue, Oct 22, 2013 02:19:12 PM)    
 
Hi friends.

Yes I too think that there is a shortage of skilled manpower in India. I agree with this. The way of teaching here is only based on theoretical, without doing practically we can't understand anything. For e.g a person who got 1st rank in undergraduate and after some days if you ask him/her anything generally related to their studies, they can't able to explain it, they might forget those thing (due to lack of experimental studies).

Institutions also having the goal to get good rank, so they concentrate in theoretical studies and also they will boost up their mark, etc. Apart from this peoples are there, who is very talented, high skilled person they are like to go to spread their skills in luxurious country. We can't blame them, because when any innovative idea or anything given by person, we won't accept it, will see the cost or possibilities, etc. So they prefer to move into acceptable country.

The main thing is our Indians are having good grasping power and too we are good hard workers. So this is the reason we are grantly invited by developed countries. And so we are influenced by their facilities and leapt into their country.

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Sakthi said: (Sat, Sep 21, 2013 07:41:34 PM)    
 
Everyone told their point of view I agree with all as par me India having the good education and good skill people and also provide the opportunity to the people. India has developed in information technology field most of the indians working on abroad by this India still having the good education system some institution providing the placement for their students. Say for example who introduced the software if you ask to somebody they will tell foreigners. Not like that taken Microsoft Indians are working.

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Gopi said: (Sat, Sep 14, 2013 07:18:51 AM)    
 
First of fall I need to thanks for providing such opportunity to share my opinion.

My point of view, according India lot of knowledge having Indian people but they do not chance to express talent fully so they are shifting toward abroad they analysed knowledge what we do and then he moving to higher level so only most of them shifting to abroad that is problem actually most talent people fly to abroad so they lack of skilled mindset will formed. So for this issue govt should put certain restriction certain year Indians people work here then only problem can solve.

One important thing to be added education is one of major problem I think so if we consider US, UK education in the sense unique but Indian it vary many different kind that way we are lacking I think.

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Brajesh said: (Thu, Sep 12, 2013 11:22:44 PM)    
 
Yes, I agree with the statement that there is a shortage of skilled manpower. Our country is the one of the youngest country in the world, but we lack in providing opportunities to them, still there are lot of children who even don't see the school.

Our education system is also not up to date or in the present trend of technology with the world, we have to improve it at any cost, because if it would not done today then there will be never tomorrow.

Why don't we introduce an necessary session or a discipline in every graduation course or even in the school syllabus, if the practical education is given at the school days then the child is free to select the stream of his education, this would also help in marginally increase in the technical or mechanical brigade even after the Sr. Sec. Education. This could be done by providing a whole and hectic investment in the school education, there would be less bookworms.

The technical sessions should be held by the various organisations to enhance the new and innovative ideas in the development of the nation. There should be a compulsory project is given to the students to work on with, every year. These efforts would not only increase quality but it would also produce the youngest brigade of engineers, doctors, philosophers, researchers, policymakers etc.

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Atul Joshi said: (Mon, Aug 26, 2013 10:31:09 PM)    
 
India is having the best talent in the world as we know indians has established milestones in abroad. But the Q. Is why not in India? The one possible answer could be lack of opportunities, second could be less money or third could be lack of appreciation and so on. But if know the answer then why we are not providing these things to the Indian talent. So another thing comes out planning system or poor.

So we will have to work out on these factor and then we will be able to conclude that INDIA is having the best and skilled manpower for India.

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Kranthi said: (Fri, Aug 23, 2013 06:04:32 PM)    
 
Hi Friends, here I am sharing my views regarding "SHORTAGE OF SKILLED MANPOWER IN INDIA".

I agree that India is in short of skilled manpower but not manpower. There may be many reasons for this our educational system, government policies, lack of technical and financial support and last but not the least we ourselves.

Our Educational system is completely theoretical and outdated i.e., of no practical knowledge. All of us know the well-known saying that "Today's Child is Tomorrow's Citizen", but Today's child has no creative mind to become an architect of his life. So how would he be a responsible citizen tomorrow?It is not the child's mistake alone but ours' impractical systematic studies in our country. What is the use of gaining many degrees without any practical knowledge or any research?

So without the basic and fundamental step how could we expect for brightening future. No innovative projects are being undertaken by universities to boost up the skill of students. As a student if one gets involved in technical and non-technical workshops, interactive programs and ongoing projects, it would be a wonderful practical gain. If everyone of us utilize our time in a full-fledged way to learn something that really improves our skills, we become productive manpower.

Apart from it, government should provide support to it's citizens in every possible way to make every Indian productive.

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Kavitha said: (Sun, Aug 18, 2013 06:56:04 PM)    
 
Well said my friend.

In my opinion Indian's are very talented than foreigners. Indian's are more talented so they are thinking that " for my talent this salary is not enough" so they are migrating to Abroad for good salary. In India we don't have right opportunities to prove it technologically and financially. We don't perfect Education system, My personal experience that I came from a village where we don't find in schools, subject teachers and correct timings. In our school only 5 teachers are there, they will teach all subjects from 6 to 10th class. This shows our education system.

Indian's are settled in All countries that shows their talent, because of this reason only they are killing Indians. If we Increase Opportunities and provide the financial support, in our country also we find no.of Bill Gates.

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Janardhan said: (Sat, Aug 17, 2013 11:03:55 AM)    
 
If we assume skilled manpower as a product then the product made in India is being exported to other countries at free of cost. So that other countries are having profits. So there is a deficit in our country. The reason is that the skilled one want to have better opportunity. By providing good opportunities here in our country, it can be solved. We can not blame our education system but some changes have to be made. It should focus on practical issues rather than concentrating theoretical aspects.

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Sumit said: (Mon, Aug 5, 2013 03:05:13 AM)    
 
"INDIA IS A COUNTRY WHICH HAVE PROBLEMS FROM ANIMAL CART TO JET PLANE ".

In INDIA child yet reading RAMAYANA in education and a Japanese children learning about how to reach on the MOON. We don't make things outdated, we use them continuous, so we can't make a level in anything. There is no PRACTICAL way to handle all problems in one method. First of all we should wash out our backwardness and think about the future consciously.

I feel that the reasons behind the SHORTAGE OF SKILLED MANPOWER in India are poor government policies. In INDIA our leaders make their policies according to past. There is no future planning. We feel happy to say we serve MNC in INDIA and abroad. But no one think about the requirement of skilled manpower according to our population. We doesn't have anything in surplus. The other nations state population lives in one medium city of INDIA. They have all facilities on per thousand then we have on per lakh. Our leaders who makes the development policies are far away from GRASS ROOT. There is no matter if we feel happy about some counted groups like AMBANI, TATA either we feel pleasure to say Originally INDIAN based for the man serve in abroad.

Overall I want to say there should be a practical development program from grass root to high level technical, scientific and research education. So that we can make a huge team of SKILLED MANPOWER.

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Payal said: (Wed, Jul 31, 2013 09:10:15 PM)    
 
Perfect topic to discuss on.

Poor education system of India leads lack of knowledge and intelligence in students. From 1st std students of our country learns history of India and kings happened in India but there is not a single extra subject that improved knowledge and creativity of those kids. If we look for students doing their higher studies like engineering, they are also made to study those subjects in which they are not interested e.g. students of computer engineering are also made to study subjects of electrical field.

Our education system is always decided by the people who never try to communicate and never want reviews from young generation about education. If reviews of young generation regarding education are taken then there will be better skilled Manpower in India.

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Devanshu said: (Sat, Jul 27, 2013 09:45:44 PM)    
 
I am totally disagree with this statement that the India has the shorter in skill and the man power. But this is correct that the foreign company and the multinational company will recruit the that person who has the good skills n manpower. And has the excellent knowledge in every field that is the most important reason the India has the little bit lack of the person who are skilled.

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Soma said: (Fri, Jul 26, 2013 12:34:12 AM)    
 
Thanks my friends to share different views with this topic. But I think my India is always best in education system. Till now a days we are respect our teacher and feel our great culture of guru shishya.

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Chetan Kasture said: (Thu, Jul 18, 2013 10:39:32 AM)    
 
I Feel that the reasons behind the SHORTAGE OF SKILLED MANPOWER in India are.

1. Poor Education System.

2. No Technological &Financial Support.

And finally these things leads to.

3. Brain Drain.

We don't forget great persons of India Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam or Ambani brothers but remember they had their opportunities and some financial and technical supports from other well developed nations. Also remember that behind the number one Businessman in the World, Bill Gates there are THOUSANDS OF INDIAN HANDS.

We compare and Compete with the different educations systems between states but fail to compare with that of other countries. Countries like Japan, UK. Provide Practical Education whereas we people are still BOOKWORMS.

The root cause for this shortage is the poor educational scheme and lack of opportunities and solution to this problem is in the hands of Government of India.

In last 5 years increasing the colleges and university's. But student have not taking the proper education. So every college and the university's taking care of student to provide proper and quality education.

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Hardik said: (Wed, Jul 10, 2013 01:21:11 AM)    
 
Indian students are 10% Stronger than american student in Mathematics and logic concern.

But, American education is related with industry and Indian education system is depend upon concepts and mass of information. So, an Indian student can able to do any type of job. And american student become master of particular job.

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The Warrior said: (Mon, Jul 8, 2013 12:31:28 PM)    
 
In my point of view, I would like to say the Indian education system must be changed to the practical oriented method from the theoretical system. We have to give more respect to the creativity rather than the marks obtained in the schools, college, university. That is gonna be the good solution to the lack of performance. We have to make more opportunities to the creative pupils and peoples. Finally I suggest that the mark based system should be abolished thoroughly from our country.

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Rajat Kumar Mishra said: (Fri, Jul 5, 2013 02:40:17 PM)    
 
Hey guys I think that skilled manpower is much more than what we need in India but due to shortage of opportunities and less space everyone chooses to settle not in India but outside India in a well developed country. Moreover every company take Indian students from campus selection and take them. Half of canada is full of sikhs, malaysia is full of tamils, and in every corner of this meak world indians are uprising and who says that India does not have skilled manpower indians are made to excel in every stage of life they strive only for the best. And I think that India has more than 1 billion population then also we do not have skilled manpower? if you think so then you are certainly out of your minds and its time to change your mind.

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Ayush Jain said: (Sun, Jun 30, 2013 12:49:50 PM)    
 
Ya! that's true in the prospective of INDIA.

We should be concerned on creating human skilled force as today India is the YOUNGEST of all the nations.

These young brains should be used for our nation. Main reason of that is low educational infrastructure, increasing of population and poverty.

India is following the USA in its educational policies. US do not want Indians to be educated because Indians are taking away the jobs of Americans. So we should change are pattern and proceed like JAPANESE educational policies which is based on developing SKILL BASED Education.

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Usha said: (Sun, Jun 23, 2013 11:07:48 AM)    
 
Hi everyone this is usha I think the topic is is a quite bit right in my sense, in the starting of student life all pupil knowing only the theoretical parts in whatever the subject they choose the education system is follows the thing from starting they train the pupil only in a way of understanding the particular thing but they even not trying to train the pupil how to apply the theory in our practical life and business field so our INDIA contain only theoretical train people not skilled and in another way of thinking INDIA consists people who follows the other countries formula especially in business we are trying to know the features which applied by them ex:bike manufacturing. We are not thinking in different way we just followed the format of them and we rebuilt those items this is the pattern running in our country. So from starting of childhood one should trained in way of applicable nature not theoretical way of learning.

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Sunil said: (Mon, Jun 17, 2013 11:34:53 AM)    
 
I am totally disagree with this because at that time manpower of India increasing day by day. In sports, education, etc. Just for example in cricket more than 70% players are younger and they show their own talent all over world. In chess V.Anand.

In whole world if you can't see the Indian people and you want to seen then go on cricket maximum people are Indian. Why? because they have ability to go out of the world and show talents[any field].

That's my point of view related manpower. And at the end I would like to say |in few years India on top in the field.

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Poonam said: (Fri, May 3, 2013 09:31:54 AM)    
 
Hi Friends, According to me there is no shortage of skilled manpower in India. We have seen in developed countries like USA, UK, . More than 50% employees are indians. Because Indians have talent and able to work more than 8 hours sitting continuously on seat. But we are not utilizing power of our skilled workers in right direction. So people are moving abroad to get good opportunity according to their skill. I think government should take some necessary steps through which people of our country who are skilled and talent will get good opportunity in our own country.

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Shakun Gupta said: (Fri, Apr 19, 2013 04:25:57 PM)    
 
Hi Friends,

Here I am sharing my point of view about skilled manpower shortage in India.

In The India there are so many genius, scholars and high skilled unemployed youngsters. But they did not get proper opportunity for showing their skills, there are less number of industries and working areas for technical skilled persons, less numbers of schools and colleges.

On other hand, if there are some areas so people did not get jobs. Because in These days the priority becomes getting good mark instead of knowledge in every class every study.

Cause:-our education system is so lengthy and unpractical, uninteresting. There are so many unnecessary things that have no need in general life.

Sol: Education system should be changed and concentrated. There should be Streamwise classified education after basic study of a child.

- Government should develop area and industries according to our education system. Ex-sometime a person have best athletic skills, he can perform good in national, international games, events but he did not get opportunity because he is from a rural area, or there is no searching from government.

- Education should be free on each level for every level.

- We also have to come forward for removing threats from education system.

- We have to use our best effort to introduce education as a system instead of business.

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Sabin Sebastian said: (Thu, Apr 18, 2013 10:00:39 AM)    
 
Dear Friends in my opinion, lack skilled manpower increase day by day, because number of people working other countries and lack of employment opportunities, etc. So we have to change our educational system and attitude. India is second population in the world, but no availability of resources.

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Brittoraj said: (Thu, Apr 18, 2013 09:56:16 AM)    
 
India is not poor in Manpower but it lacks skilled manpower for the following reasons.

Indian educational system is just a replica which had been developed by the British before independence and there are no prore updations made from time to time and is therefore becoming a very important issue, ie. The quality of education.

The Government of the country promote new educational institutions to flourish like the mushroom in the infertile soil and each one fail to nourish its fruits properly, and a very few among them at least try to survive among them and those brains nourished from these institutions are flying outside the nation in no time and the rest, the unskilled and the unqualified are being left back in the great nation of incredible manpower.

The other major issue cropping up the scenario is that the present generation acquire these degrees and education only for the sake of earning handful of money and to earn a better status in the society. The condition can be changed only if this concept of the new generation is changed and a PASSION is created to acquire Knowledge.

So before blaming others, its our turn to look forward to the opportunities awaiting us and to create a passion to get knowledge, not mere knowledge, but to become a skilled craftsman.

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Rohit Itty Philip said: (Thu, Apr 18, 2013 09:49:31 AM)    
 
Hi a very good morning to all the readers.

India is very rich in resources. For eg the majority of the electricity is produced by means of coal. One of the major constraints faced by our nation is the lack of sufficient labour force or skilled labour force. As We all know that japan is one of the super economies in the world. The qualities of goods produced in Japan is supreme in quality. As a result of this the customers all around the world has trust on the goods produced by Japan.

But India is not fame as much of japan as compared that of the quality of goods produced in japan. The major problem of this is that the lack of skilled manpower and the continuous change of workers from one job to other. The students of our country should provided with training programs as concerned with their area of interest in a regular manner. Hence they can improve their skills and at the time they reach their respective area of job they can excel.

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Joby Thoomkuzhy said: (Thu, Apr 18, 2013 09:45:42 AM)    
 
In order to make our man power skilled. It should be give training to the students from the school level onwards after identifying their skills and talents so aptitude test tests should be done to identify their skills. The India not only needs job seekers. There should be goo entrepreneurs too. Government has to take measure to develop new young entrepreneurs by giving various aids.

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Abey said: (Thu, Apr 18, 2013 09:44:00 AM)    
 
What I personally feel is that there is no shortage of skilled manpower in India. As far as skilled manpower is concern India has large numbers of skilled manpower. But knowledge without action is waste, there is high unemployment in India. The high unemployment in India is always affecting the economy too. Most of our companies are recruiting personnel from abroad n we are always wanting to go abroad. The is nothing but a huge threat to the nation which is called BRAIN DRAIN.

Every Indian is having such a skill and it doesn't mean that everyone is having the same skill. People may be skilled in different manner and what we have do is that identify their skills and use them accordingly. I always agree to the point that the our education system is lagging far behind the global education standards. We still use the same old system of student teacher interactions, other than that teaching should always be practical so that the STUDENTS ARE ALWAYS TRAINED. AND ENRICHED WITH "SKILLS".

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Shalu Mohan said: (Thu, Apr 18, 2013 09:40:46 AM)    
 
India having largest no of manpower but the manpower is not effectively and efficiently utilized. If it is effectively managed it can increase our productivity and standard of living of the people. The skilled persons should give proper training and guidance.

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Jijo V Thomas said: (Thu, Apr 18, 2013 09:38:12 AM)    
 
Hai friends. In my opinion India have enough manpower in all sectors. In the modern era all the persons are eligible but not employable for required criteria. So we must take necessary steps to improve or develop the employability of manpower in India.

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Shomee said: (Fri, Apr 12, 2013 11:52:43 PM)    
 
India has most skilled manpower, it is said India is a land of agriculture but even before that India had greatest economy in the world yet we have skilled persons, yeah that is true people are migrating after being trained. I agree changing education system will make difference but it needs change in mentality first seriously, opportunities are there people make use of it, its not true there are less skilled people trust me, trust statistics rather they have such a gr8 brain and skills too. Look into the past we only had best way to produce iron. And everything done in India from small to any big activity there is a strong reasons.

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Vipin said: (Fri, Apr 12, 2013 10:47:20 PM)    
 
Hi Friends,

What I personally feel is that there is no shortage of skilled manpower in India. As far as skilled manpower is concern India has large numbers of skilled manpower. But knowledge without action is waste, there is high unemployment in India. They don't have job or there skill are not being used properly, in fact India has shortage of jobs, sluggish government is responsible for deteriorating skill. Actually government is not using its manpower in perfect way. Statistics says India has very high BRAIN DRAIN means educated and very skilled people leaving India to work in another country where pay and conditions are better, this clearly shows how worse the condition is. Half of india's populations is below 25 years so we are among the countries having largest man power, but if condition remains the same Indian won't have more skill manpower as per requirement.

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Vinay said: (Wed, Apr 10, 2013 08:09:42 PM)    
 
Hi friends,

Indian people have got lots of skilled manpower but there is no proper directions or opportunities to the people to express what they got, because of poor politics in the country no hopes left in India either we have to change the system by voting the right person or else we have to migrate to other countries this is only thing happening in India.

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Laltu Banerjee said: (Sat, Apr 6, 2013 12:05:49 AM)    
 
Hi friends,

Yes I am agree with the statement, we have 2nd largest country in the world in the world but we have lack of skilled person. There are so many talent in our people but they can't get the proper platform to prove themselves and so they are migrating from india, and it leads to lack of skill person. Government should place more & more industry so that India's people get opportunity here, and there should be a criteria so that talented person get handsome perk.

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Suji said: (Wed, Mar 27, 2013 01:44:59 PM)    
 
Hi friends. I believe India is second most high population country as well as has skilled and intellectual people but most of the skilled people are moving to foreign countries to get handsome and to lead luxurious life. Most of the doctors, engineers and other professionals are not encouraged by our government. Our Indian's give more preference to experience rather than talent.

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Balwan Parmar said: (Sat, Mar 23, 2013 09:10:53 PM)    
 
I would like to say about this topic. India is an developing country and many talented person lives in India. Which person which held the money they show his telnet with the help of invest the money and makes a good investor. Same a person he have talent he have same talent but he have no money so he find the job and abroad other country. For the purpose of earning money. His talent use the other country. In other country has a enough money but lack of knowledge of different sector its opposite in India short less but more knowledge.

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Krish said: (Fri, Mar 15, 2013 05:48:50 PM)    
 
I agree with that there is a shortage of skilled manpower in India. This is because of the companies doing their work and given the less salaries and this will rise the migration of the skilled manpower to other countries. Our education system is the one of the best educational system in the world and this one will already proven because of that we can find the Indian in each and every place in the world.

MNC companies shown their interest on Indian manpower due to they know that the manpower in India are hard workers and intelligent. Why the skilled manpower is less in India is that their is no good of research field in India and the most of the people who want to go for the research field will go to the other countries and they completed their research and settled there. At last my conclusion is the Government has to consider this one seriously and prove that INDIA IS NOT A DEVELOPING COUNTRY, IT IS A DEVELOPED COUNTRY.

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Sravanthi Reddy said: (Tue, Mar 5, 2013 09:11:48 PM)    
 
Hi friends,

Today we are here to discuss about the topic Lack of skilled labour. India is not lack of skilled labour, But there is a lack of opportunities, career development and encouragement. That's why Indians are migrating to other countries. Already we used to hear the Foreigners killed Indians, this is because Indians are more talented then Foreigners.

And mostly (our) Indians attitude should be changed because we will not listen to others. I had my personal experience at my Education I used to express some views My madams refused to hear my words because I'm student. Should leave such attitude motivation plays a major role to develop their skills.

And moreover to some extent it is true Indian teaching is Theory-Based. Teachers should try to eradicate fear phobia from students, this hide the skills of the person. In one of the seminar Yandamuri who is a Famous Psychologist said Indians have talent but fear to express, but Foreigners are dare to express but lack of knowledge.

Many talented persons in India like C. V. Raman, Vijay Malya, Aditya Birla e.t.c.

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Rahaman Shariff said: (Sat, Mar 2, 2013 11:54:22 AM)    
 
Hi, of course we are lack in skill labour. But we can't say skill labour not available in our nation. Our nation skill labour available but can't utlies the skill labour. And another pera.

Meters is skill future develop like a trainning factility is low. Any thing we must used the basic problem solve themself but further development not taken place. That thing we will lack.

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Satyam said: (Sun, Feb 10, 2013 08:53:23 PM)    
 
Yes India is lacking with skilled manpower. As most of the skilled man going abroad and help in developing the respective countries. Due to massive population many people don't have chance to execute their talent as well as these skilled people don't have scope to develop themselves and paid less as compared to going abroad and develop themselves. It is obvious that India will lack skilled manpower.

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Smriti Kumari said: (Sat, Feb 9, 2013 05:54:07 PM)    
 
What everyone speak I thought to the some extent all of you are correct according to my is view all Indian have the spirit of manpower but there is lack of opportunities, support, scope. In every great work there should must be a name of Indian then how we can say that Indian have lack of manpower. If we see the actual deficiency, then only actual support and encouragement otherwise Indian will rock everywhere like others.

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Mehboob Noori said: (Sat, Jan 12, 2013 08:23:45 AM)    
 
Everybody spoke as per their view, but the thing is those people have spoken that there is a lack of education and opportunities India is an incorrect because, an Indian survey has proved that the 80% of Indian through out the world has got talent better than foreign but the problem is lack of good income those are leaving for abroad if Indian government supports to the Indian the never leave Indian and prove what they are actually, most of the Indian fellows are money minded, just because of money they can do anything, though there are few people who scarify their life for their country with the satisfaction of the salary.

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Ramprakash said: (Sat, Jan 12, 2013 04:09:52 AM)    
 
Hi Friends,

I read most of your views and those induced me to write here. First thing I should say is, we must be proud to be an Indian. Many countries are trying to adopt our culture, which are all unnoticed by us.

A fact is that, we Indians are skilled by nature. We should encourage our own people, so that, we and our peers can be uplifted. Skilled manpower is abundant in India. That is why people around the world hunt Indian brains. Serve India rather being a prey to foreign countries. Serving India is a tribute that we are doing to our ancestors.

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Hardik said: (Fri, Nov 30, 2012 11:02:27 AM)    
 
Dear Friends,

In fact India have talented and skilled manpower in the world. But the real fact is they are not getting good chance in India to prove themselves and they are not getting good money according to their skills, so they go abroad for take up their opportunity and also they get good money in abroad. I am asking you why the foreign MNC companies has been launching their branches in India ? Because they know that Indian are talented, hard worker, self learner people.

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Ajayraj Singh said: (Mon, Oct 29, 2012 12:10:07 AM)    
 
I'm agree with this fact that although India has no dearth of manpower but it is largely unskilled. It is due to our education system which focus on rote learning and passing exams. There is lack of practical training and skills needed to get a job. This point has proved by various studies that about only one-fourth engineering graduates are capable for jobs. This trend will only broke when there will be application based learning.

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Shailendra said: (Sun, Oct 14, 2012 08:32:15 PM)    
 
I think that India doesn't have a shortage of skilled manpower the only thing that India lacks are opportunities, best platform, better compensations for our skilled persons that's the reason why most part of our skilled manpower resides in other countries other than India. The blames of this doesn't goes to the education system it goes to the government who are not utilizing their revenues in building better career aspects for our skilled persons. There must be a organized scrutinizing systems in order to acquire or know peoples skills and use them to improve India image from developing country to develop country obviously by providing better opportunities and salary that these people deserve.

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Manish Kumar Sharma said: (Fri, Oct 12, 2012 12:46:39 AM)    
 
Hi, India is second largest population country in the world, because of this we have lots of man power but we never proper utilize the resources, in India some people have technical skills some people, have analytical skills, some people have physical skills but we never put this skills in making things and some time not give the right compensation also. Because of this people are unemployed in India. So we have plan for utilize this resource in proper manner and give right compensation to the worker, employees etc.

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Gaurav said: (Sun, Oct 7, 2012 04:49:29 PM)    
 
There has been lot said about this topic but from my perspective I would rather say that India has more than enough skilled manpower. The competition for getting any kind of job is very high as we see so many applicants apply for a post and the most eligible ones get through. India has to look after utilizing all its manpower it has. I hope what I said sounds good. Thanks.

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Maitrey said: (Sun, Sep 30, 2012 12:11:19 PM)    
 
I heartily appreciate all the views but what I believe is that it only feels that India is short of skilled man power but in reality its not true. Sometimes we come to the stage to believe so but we should think on the aspects like lack of opportunities, not getting good platform, good exposure & even good training. Such a kind of things diminish their skills. I think all of you must know that in middle east/gulf countries (not only there but all over the world) all most 50 to 65% employees are Indians. And they are dominating there. Even the companies over there prefer Indian employees. They are giving them high pay-scale and hence they get migrated. This migration might be the reason of lack of skilled people. Let me tell you one thing we can't blame our education system for this. We have produced The Ambani, The Kalam, The C. V. Raman from this educational system only. I think thats enough.

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Abhiskek Rai said: (Fri, Sep 28, 2012 08:56:13 PM)    
 
Yes, in India manpower is not much skilled and reason for this is very simple that education system in India is theory based only. Apart from this, one more reason is lack of technical opportunity in India and its causes migration of those few people in abroad who willing to do something new and who has very good technical knowledge but not has opportunity to use their knowledge. So by these two reason India is suffering from lack of skilled person.

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Astha said: (Wed, Sep 19, 2012 09:53:15 AM)    
 
Proper talents are not at proper positions. A person having high technical skills or who can innovate a lot is given the sales department. So Job satisfaction is the factor that needs to be concentrated upon. Again this is the part of lack of proper planning.

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Astha said: (Wed, Sep 19, 2012 09:50:32 AM)    
 
A country where not even the Government is stable, how one can imagine the stability of its development. We are not from country, country is from us as we youths will decide as to how to shape up our country. The only thing that lacks in India is a SOLID INFRASTRUCTURE & PROPER PLANNING.

Every1 wants to have a living standard as he/she knows that he/she deserves it and if they are not getting it over here then obviously they will move to the comfort zone. And why to blame those who went abroad. They are making India Shine over there. And what we are doing here.

Everyone has a hidden talent. Evaluate it and find out where do you stand. No one is unskilled over this earth. The only thing that is needed is our talents need to be known.

I ask you guys/gals, why we are judged on the basis of a 3hr exam in engineering, why not on our annual performance ?

Why for getting a job in company, we have to prepare, why we are not taught in that way that company/job needs ?

I agree that theory is important but practical is also as important as theory but focus is given just on theory. A kid from his childhood is forced to gain good marks and under pressure he/she have to get it by hook or by crook.

Family support is also needed. Most of the families want their children to be on secure side, to e in Government sector and people are taking negative benefits of the relaxation given in Public sector.

If you have required talent, you can survive anywhere on this earth.

There is a lot more to discuss but I would just say that success is not a matter of chance its a matter of choice, so to make India a successful country, organizations have to make policies as to how to make maximum utilization of people while giving them relaxation and good living standard in jobs. It is the only thing that makes other country growing vast and fast than us and that also by using talents of our people.

Why don't we have innovations in our country?

Has any Indian company developed anything huge, has it ever developed even an operating system ?

It will remain a question mark always unless we won't come out of our shells that are covered with society, lack of passion, money mindedness, and lack of opportunities.

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Arun Kumar Gupta said: (Sat, Sep 15, 2012 10:34:42 AM)    
 
According to me INDIA having people who are highly talented but in India there is lack of resources because many of the people or officials playing politics. Real talent of the individual is not getting out. Highly talented people going to other countries for thier individual benefits.

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Geetu said: (Fri, Sep 7, 2012 05:00:50 PM)    
 
I would definitely not agree with the statement. In fact I feel India is incredible rich
and talented. Its just that most of the talents are not given proper recognition. A US/UK returned guy gets a upper hand when compared to equally talented Indian. India could have been more efficient if we had not focused on reservations and given positions to the candidates based on their abilities.A change in the present education system from a theoretical approach to a practical approach will make more number of students employable...

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Poonam said: (Thu, Sep 6, 2012 10:41:27 AM)    
 
Hi Friends, According to me India there is no shortage of skilled manpower. There is a problem of just understand it. In India from their childhood studies of students are more theory based not practical. Students are studied to just get good marks instead of understanding a subject what they want to said. One more thing is also in India people are money minded they always want to earn more and more money. So most of the skilled Indians fly abroad because they get much more package their compare to India they forgot the patriotism. According to me if our Education system will become much more practical instaed of Theoritical and Government Provide people package according to their ability than India will Grow High.

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Preet said: (Wed, Sep 5, 2012 04:24:54 PM)    
 
I liked all the views which I read first of all I would like to share my thoughts as a Indian citizen and I think it is depends on our mind. If a person became educated and he got so many professional degree and diploma, he always wants to great job with higher package. But I think the people who thinks like that, he should try to understand one thing that they can not reach on the top without grow their first step for whatever they want to reach. So this time is to change thinking...

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Suvarna said: (Tue, Aug 7, 2012 02:14:13 PM)    
 
There is no shortage of skilled manpower in India. The only thing is most of the Indians are lazy and easy going people. The Indians go after % of marks in subjects in getting a job. So it is not good to underestimate the others who don't come up to the criteria specified. They may be more skilled. Most of the IT people are after salary hike. They are not looking at the job satisfaction.

"Aim at perfection in everything, though in most things it is unattainable. However, they who aim at it, and persevere, will come much nearer to it than those whose laziness and despondency make them give it up as unattainable. ".

"You are capable of more than you know. Choose a goal that seems right for you and strive to be the best, however hard the path. ".

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Thiru said: (Sat, Jul 28, 2012 10:00:56 PM)    
 
Good G. D. Going on here. I had a glance through all the views written above and I too agree to the fact that India's got skilled manpower, but is not being used to the fullest. And yes in our country we are educated and thought not in a very practical manner, theory is given prior importance. Politics in India is a thrash!

Due to the problems of the country, talented people fly to abroad, to earn more.

Also the teachers, professors don't do a great job. All of the above, Indian politics need to change. India is the second largest populated country and so there are a large number of skilled and talented manpower.

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Bhuvana said: (Tue, Jul 17, 2012 08:26:10 PM)    
 
Hi let me share my points are India have skilled man power. India have a lot of intelligent person are there. Compare than other nation. Indian people are only money based think so they are going to other nation. So we are avoid that one. Then only we are developed.

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Abhishek Chaudhary said: (Fri, Jul 13, 2012 04:38:44 PM)    
 
According to me, there is no shortage of skills in India but of manpower. India is second largest populated country and I think also have highest percentage of brilliant brain in the world. But there is lack of awareness and information which let them go waste by going against their field of interest.

Our Education system is theory based from which just a part is used further in our jobs, and remaining we forgot after getting pass in academic exams. So, I want to say that, our Education system should be practical based and sharpen the one's skills and encourage him to move forward in the betterment of our beautiful country.

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Meldon said: (Wed, Jul 11, 2012 12:36:55 PM)    
 
Skilled labor force is and will be in great demand especially when India who is constantly termed as a growing economy, we can say is on the ebb of an economic boom. The flip-side of this situation would be more employment opportunities and the want of quality manpower to fit these opportunities. Unfortunately as most of India's population is rural based, inadequate infrastructure, training and education and unskilled and lack of quality in the labor force is a result of these inadequacies. Fortunately not only in India but all over the world, this situation has been accounted for and many governmental organization and corporates either individually or in partnership have started infusing education and training opportunities an also internship and employment facilities.

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Sonu said: (Sat, Jul 7, 2012 03:18:09 PM)    
 
India is going to be the most populated country of the world soon. It lacks in education and opportunities of employment. Lack of trained manpower is also going to increase in future because of the this reason as the people shall be inclined towards the training which bring them job and lack of opportunity shall resisit them to go for better class of training and people shall remain average which is happening in India.

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Aman Overseas said: (Sat, Jul 7, 2012 01:13:42 AM)    
 
Skilled manpower is shortage in India is absolutely there because small villages and towns are coming up in terms of growth so people getting jobs in their hometowns they don't have to come to Delhi or Mumbai to find a job where they get paid same in their town. Being a managing director for aman overseas a recruitment agency in India for supplying manpower abroad, we faced this problem.

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Karia Parth said: (Tue, Jul 3, 2012 11:34:58 PM)    
 
Well looking at the scenario we can say India never lacked the skill labor, it always lacked in giving opportunity to the people, looking at the scenario going any where in the world we always find the Indian are prefer 1st when it comes with thinking practically with comfort. Yeah definitely there is lot of poverty and illiteracy so the number of man power look less.

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B.Sridhar said: (Thu, Jun 28, 2012 09:27:05 AM)    
 
According to me the topic Skilled manpower shortage in India is absolutely true. But coming to the fact that why the skilled manpower is declining, we can answer the way of government, the attitude of people, selfishness of youth and corruption. We have many of talented but they don't have any facility to do work so properly. They are not satisfied with the way of government then how can they serve for the country. OK they are going out of countries and doing jobs and developing those very well because they are well treated there than here. And one more thing Do we have any right to make the unknown people upset, yes it is true so many of talented are irritated with people around us. Some more persons want more salary that's why they forgot Patriotism and if our government gives as they expected why don't they settle their lives here. Even though an highly talented person tries to get a job, and he succeeds in all tests he is offered with corruption then how does our country lead forward.

Education is not major problem if the person is talented. But the motivation from teachers and parents is most important to a student during his childhood. If we teach the subject, we get the skilled persons else the persons to whom the life looks like a question mark.

Have a nice life.

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Amrutha said: (Tue, Jun 26, 2012 09:08:20 PM)    
 
I never think that our India is having shortage of skilled Manpower. Indians are very skilled persons compared to other nation. But our Indians are money minded persons. Always Indians are thinking about how to earn money, how to earn status in the society. But they won't help to develop our country. Indians are always flying to other countries and earn more money because in foreign counties Indian will be having more package than in India. If we really show interest to develop our country then India will be the fully developed country in the world wide.

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Vaibhav said: (Tue, Jun 12, 2012 03:32:18 PM)    
 
I don't thing we lack skilled man power. We Indians are very much talented and the same has been accepted world wide. The thing we lack is "Patriotism". There is a lot of brain drain in our country. Once we get rid of this, we are unstoppable.
We don't lack skill, we lack manpower.

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Hameed said: (Wed, Jun 6, 2012 12:54:25 PM)    
 
India is a very big country. It has nearly 115 crs of population. In that we have the literacy rate is 65%.

In the that literacy 50% of people are skilled in their profession. But the internal politics of the organisation has not getting them out in the new technical and remain 50% are going aboard they are developing the others country not ours. We have to develop us and then if we are free then we want try to develop others. Example japan they developing by their own and then they developing other.

So, we need to develop our man power as much in our country only.

Thanking you friends.

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Mahendra S said: (Wed, Jun 6, 2012 10:39:38 AM)    
 
Good morning gentleman's.

This topic is really an interested topic. Today India is facing with lots of problems, but there has some such major problems are there to whom we have to stop as soon as possible, examples like corruption, black money etc. Gentleman's these problems are a such problems which can see by us easily, but among these problem a major problem of India is to stop flying the youth power of our nation toward the western country. India needs such talented youth to shine India. And only the youth power can shine our mother land. We have second largest population country, but seen 65 years of independent we are fail to entered our nations name in list of developed country. So gentleman's this is a time to gate some action than thinking so that no one can say in future that India has a less skilled manpower.

OK.

Thank you.

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Anand Kartik said: (Tue, May 29, 2012 08:10:40 PM)    
 
Indeed India has shortage of skilled manpower. The primary reason is the brain drain where the professionals get settled in abroad. Other reason may be that an individual's potential is given much importance thus undermining his development. Lack of amenities for the educated youth also supports the scarcity of skilled manpower India.

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Smily said: (Sun, May 27, 2012 08:30:13 PM)    
 
India is lack of skilled man power. Many of the IT professionals all top students are eager to fly to USA, UK and want to became a slave for them but not for our mother land for their status and money. A research says that NASA has 20 to 30% of their employees were INDIANS. Even in WHITE HOUSE the chief security officer was an INDIAN even PRESIDENT of USA has a chief adviser an INDIAN.

India had a man power but flying away from the country if we can bring them back to our country definitely INDIA will be a top country with in 10years of span.

Finally I conclude that one thing in INDIA is missing is opportunities. Because the government should take some changes by putting in a practical manner.

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Boss said: (Thu, May 10, 2012 05:39:39 PM)    
 
Ya still India has shortage in skilled manpower because our education system not good compare to other that here high priority goes to our theoretical side so many of them adopt that manner only this is the main reason of skilled person shortage in India.

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Keshav Kumar Jha said: (Fri, May 4, 2012 01:49:35 PM)    
 
Hello my dear friends.

Frankly saying, that India's education is growing under totally chaos and without way. So there is acute shortage of the skilled manpower in India. The method in which the education is imparted to the students right from the pre-nursery. There is lot of subjects load on a little one unnecessarily. The student does not why this subject is or what is its importance, only he ratto the theory, which is not good for our country because they can not contribute any thing in any arena of the country's progress.

Why are we counting the percentage, we are the second largest populated country in the globe. See the cream percentage and compared to any developing country in the world, then see where we are in the room of skilled manpower. India's present status depends upon a handful skilled persons to whom, I salute 100 times to his parents.

Automatically tears flow from my eyes when I see the future of India. Very handful persons are patriot who think about their country. I would like to request to our policy makers, please have a deep discussion in the parliament for the amendment of the study method, because its the matter of India's future.

Thanks to all and regret for above hot reveals.

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Sravanthi said: (Sat, Apr 28, 2012 08:21:53 PM)    
 
Hi to one and all.

In my opinion the skilled manpower is increasing day by day. The population of India is in millions. When compared to America, Japan like countries the population is much more higher. Our Indian skilled workers prefer abroad because of heavy population and unemployment. The men who are in higher position in abroad are mostly our Indians. With out Indians no company is there in abroad. That is only because of Indians hard working nature and their skills. If the population is decreasing and the government is ready to vanish the unemployment then our skilled persons only be in our country.

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Vinod Kumar said: (Fri, Apr 27, 2012 10:20:37 AM)    
 
Yes I think this is right. In India skilled manpower is shortage. In this country population is increasing day by day in big quantity. India is the 2nd position in world for population. So man power is very strong but skilled power is low but now days in Indian skilled power increase slowly. So Indians mind development is slowly. Many peoples of India from rural area and move day by day for city and schooling of rural area is very lacking.

I think so Indians skilled power so very fast increasing in 10 years.

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Ani said: (Thu, Apr 19, 2012 09:49:47 PM)    
 
Skilled persons are not recognized at certain levels. Due to influences and recommendations, unskilled persons enter into some fields. As a result, this creates a shortage for skilled persons.

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Shiny John said: (Wed, Apr 18, 2012 11:51:41 AM)    
 
In my point of view, India has 100% man power and ONLY 30% SKILLED MANPOWER because of our education method. Most the students want to get high marks. They don't want to know what is in the subject, where it is applicable and why we study this. Their only aim is marks. Marks, marks. Then How will the skilled manpower in India increase. So the Govt must take the necessary action. Rather than inviting theoretical way, it should invite Practical way. That's all.

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Rekha said: (Tue, Apr 17, 2012 09:29:47 AM)    
 
India is rich with skilled people & also they are meant for adaptable depending upon the situations, there are opportunities but the people should take up the responsibility in achieving something and also should mold themselves to achieve something for their satisfaction.

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