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Unemployment is a global crisis even in highly developed countries as on today. Global economic slowdown aggravates the matter. Youth school drop outs and passed at the Secondary and Higher Secondary stages and left education due to different reasons are the serious victims of unemployment. As per the recent Speech in the National Institute for Transforming India (NITI Aayog) by the Renowned Economist and Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore Mr. Tharman Shanmugaratnam informed that, even in the western developed countries, there are huge graduates with no specific skill to meet the Real World Challenges. His country started compulsory Vocational skill Training in Schools and Colleges to meet the present day challenges as well as involve in the manufacturing process or services to contribute for the country. His country also started ‘Life Long Learning’ for the adult population of the country too. This has been mentioned to understand the importance of Vocational Education in a country like India where on the one hand there are a large number Youth and on the other hand there is a need of skilled persons in manufacturing and service sector.

Economic independence sustains the fulfillment of family needs and keeping the five most popular industries in mind, Basic & Advance computer courses, Business Processing Unit (B.P.O.), Retail, Beauty- preneur and Stitching-preneur the trained people will find it easier to get jobs/work for their economic & social development.