Skill India a tool for enhancing quality in higher Education for later life success -An Empirical study of Corporate in Bangalore city
Higher Education in India needs a extreme revamp not merely to provide quality education but to transform the nation as a whole. Education has two major roles that of passing on knowledge from one generation to the next and the providing people with skill that enables them to analyze, diagnose and then question. Education tunes the destiny of the country in different facets.
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