• Government aimed to address the two major priorities, i.e. the need to enhance skills and amplify output in order to compete successfully in the international economy.

  • The skills development idea likely to support the employment creation, economic growth and social development process. Skill development policy will be an essential part of comprehensive economic, labour, social policies and programmes.

  •  It acts as a better frame for the coordination between various ministries, states, industry and the other stake holders will be established.

  •  The 11th Five Year Plan envisions an increase in that capacity to 15 million annually. India has target of creating 500 million skilled workers by 2022. Thus, there is a need for increasing capacity and capability of skill development programs.

  •  To access the deficits sector wise and region wise and to meet the gaps by planned action in a limited period frame.