Around 12 million people are expected to join the workforce, in India, every year over the next decade. In order to gainfully utilize this ‘demographic dividend’ to aid economic growth, India will have to impart “industry ready skills” to its growing workforce. In order to bridge this skill gap, NIIT has entered into a joint venture with National Skill Development Corporation of India (NSDC) (a PPP of Govt. of India) to enhance skills and employability across India. It aims to offer skill development courses at over 1500 locations.
Owing to the constant evolution of technology, people need to remain updated and skilled in Information Technology so that they can perform efficiently in the workplace.
NIIT has a range of courses that fit the needs of individuals and help them become IT savvy.
The Indian Banking and Financial services sector, expanding at a CAGR of nine percent, is one of the fastest growing verticals of the Indian economy. A large number of jobs will be created in the BFSI sector in the coming years, thereby increasing the demand for highly trained professionals. NIIT offers a wide range of courses to equip individuals with the skill and knowledge required by the banking and financial services industry. These include:
The Indian Retail industry is projected to be worth Rs. 17.4 lakh crores by 2022. Three-fourths of this sector is constituted by Showroom Retail, Automobile Showroom Retail and Fast Food Retail (Quick Service Restaurants) entities. NIIT has defined the skills required to service each of these segments and imparts knowledge to its students in these areas through the following courses:
There is a high demand for professionals in the Indian BPO industry, which is currently growing at a CAGR of 27 percent. NIIT offers solutions to bridge this demand-supply gap by equipping individuals with the appropriate communication skills and knowledge required by the sector. The following courses are offered by NIIT for the semi-skilled youth.
English is the most widely used language for Business Communication across all regions in India. With the Indian economy getting closely integrated in the global economy, there is a huge demand for resources that are able to comprehend and communicate in English.