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Skyy Rider Institutions: Incorporating Employable Skills in the Young Workforce of the Nation

With India producing the world's largest number of engineers every year, the fact that only 3 percent of them are actually skilled enough to match the industry requirements also cannot be ignored. There is a recognizable thrust in the industry for industry-ready engineering graduates. Understanding this by witnessing the lack of proper training for engineers in universities, colleges and numerous training centres, who mainly stresses upon the theoretical part; Mr Himansu Sekhar Panda and his friend, Mr Nihar Ranjan Panda, had decided upon coming up with a skill training centre which will primarily focus upon the skill development of the engineering students by introducing industry oriented practical training programs. "Initially we started with organizing workshops in various colleges...

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