Youth4work helping AICTE-affiliated Institutes to build on their skills

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With governments initiative like Digital India, Startup India and Skill India and the focus of AICTE on Providing Skill based outcomes and trying to improve quality of education, this is an interesting development which has powerful use of tech that allow Millions of Youth in India to be publicly profiled, searchable & contactable for their skills. It provides a platform to the students across the nation even from remote towns to showcase themselves. 


All India Council of Technical Education, under which more than 10,300 technical institutions & about 80 Lac students are regulated, signed an MOU with, a leading assessment and Skill profiling portal in India which has over 21 Lac Youth across India.


All AICTE approved institutes & students studying in 1st years to Final year have been benefited from this collaborationDr. Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman of AICTE says, “The need of imparting right skills for institutes and finding the right person with skills for employers is one of the key challenges that India faces in this era. platform with its unique way of skill based testing & profiling technology for youth is a powerful way to address this need.”


According to a report by Youth4work, which surface out the students from the colleges of Maharashtra i.e., Marthwada Institute of Technology and VPM Polytechnic has a little less contribution than the students of colleges in Bengaluru and Hyderabad i.e., Amrita School of Engineering and Sphoorthy Engineering College, respectively.


The report further conveys about the students from Bengaluru who stand out in the talent skill for IT sector whereas students from the students of colleges in Maharashtra has outstanding communications skills.  The students of colleges of Tamil Nadu came out to be better in both the fields, communications as well as engineering.


 Rachit Jain, CEO of Youth4work, says, “There is no dearth of Skills in Indian Institutes, the challenge for every student in India is to identify his/her own talent and showcase it in front of the world. We have seen the extensive participation from all Institutes under AICTE. India has 16 Lac technical students graduating every year, which is more than the population of most cities across the world. The problem that companies are facing today is to find the right person for the right job with the right skillset and that’s what is trying to doby showcasing the uniqueness and skills in front of employers”


“We believe that every person is unique and employable. Our technology and assessments allow students to give any skill or talent test provided on our platform that and get ranks accordingly. More than 20 Lac youth globally have built their profile and over 12,000 employers use our platform.”

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