That we have been working to create a lab that would test all children from the age of five to eighty-five for a sufficient number of attempts to generate a database of the individuals on these parameters: ISPVD: Interest, Skill, Personality, Value system, and differentiating acumen, We have begun to think on solving it using technology. Collaboration to see this happen is beginning with IITs.
Artificial intelligence, Machine Learning tools are being attempted to use these huge data sets for coming to a reasonable natural choice or conclusion for each individual. Excellence in the work field and its spread is a must for the Indian sub-continent to utilize the demographic dividend. The Govt. Agencies and private players should join to take up this task to guide young minds and help in planning human labour problem of the country. There are around 12000+ career options and we have reduced this to only 12 career roots or Career Trees, published in Oct 2019, in our first book ” Perspectives on Higher Education of India: developing an integrated Model” by Jha, Vardhan and Mahto (JVM) from Amity University Jharkhand.
Employment and work opportunities will impact the Economy only if all get the opportunities to contribute. Where will they contribute depends on the space given to them to improve their capabilities. District wise Skill Market Hub concept with the integration of Training/Education, Production House and Market with Industry tie-up can solve the problem of this country and retail the regional skills and still fulfil all its aspirations of life. This Skill Market Economy model is also being discussed in the Academic circles to gather support and be experimented as a pilot project in Jharkhand.