India, Sept. 25 -- Millions of students are graduates but very few are employed. Skill-gap is a crucial factor to increase unemployment which can be fixed by switching from conventional to skill-based teaching methods. Upgraded technology and numerous initiatives to promote skill upgradation amongst aspirants are playing an instrumental role in bridging this gap.

According to the Ministry of Skills and Entrepreneurship Development (MSED), 20 ministries have implemented 40 skill development programs to train 50 lakh students annually on vocational skill courses. These programs are to be run either under state or central government schemes or in private colleges to make students job-ready.

The Indian education sector has undergone an extrem...