India must follow the example of countries like Russia and China by holding skill competitions, starting at school level, to realise its rich demographic dividend and boost vocational education, WorldSkills International CEO David Hoey said today.
The chief executive of WorldSkills, which promotes skill development globally, believes that India's huge youth population is a challenge as well as an opportunity.
"India has to clearly have a united, non-bureaucratic, non-political strategy that commits the country to skills development," he told
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