Bridging the Employment Gap
India is a country of multitudes. It is rich in culture and diversity. The largest democracy in the world and it has been gaining global attention for its economic growth and potential. But, what sets India apart from the rest of the world today is the demographic dividend that the country enjoys.
India has a large population which is young and they provide a huge opportunity for future growth. According to some estimates, India’s demographic dividend window opened in 2005-06 and it is expected to last till the mid-2050s. By 2047, India will have 1.1 billion people in the working age group (15-64), which equates to 1.6 times the entire population of Europe.
This is the peak of the demographic dividend that the country is expected to reach in the coming years. And, this is why the next two decades are extremely crucial for India.
Sarva Shiksha AbhiyanNational Education Policy Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao Digital India
Skill IndiaEnhancing Formal Skilling
National Rural Health Mission Universal Health CoverageNational Digital Health Mission Promotion of Govt. Health Schemes
Anaemia Mukt Bharat Poshan Abhiyan Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan Anganwadi Strengthening