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How can the skilling India initiative become a solution to the critical need for skilled labour in the Indian hospitality industry?

How can the skilling India initiative become a solution to the critical need for skilled labour in the Indian hospitality industry?

This ebook's strategic question aims to probe the reality ‘on the ground’ by reviewing the implementation of the ‘skill India’ initiative and its impact on the hospitality industry with respect to the shortage of labour. It examines the issues and challenges arising by examining various key aspects of the initiative. The ebook also offers recommendations that would help to resolve the bottlenecks and enable the outcomes to match the intent more closely.


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