The book was unveiled by Dr. Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, President Indian Council for Cultural Relations in the presence of Sri Alphons Kannanthanam MP, Former Union Minister of State for Culture & Tourism
The new book is a sequel to his widely-acclaimed earlier work ‘Indian Design Edge‘
Noted educationist and leader of skilling India Dr. Darlie O Koshys new book titled Runway to Skilled India‘ was unveiled at the India Craft Week being held at Bikaner House, New Delhi. The book was unveiled by Dr. Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, President Indian Council for Cultural Relations in the presence of Sri Alphons Kannanthanam MP, Former Union Minister of State for Culture & Tourism. It is a sequel to his much-acclaimed earlier work “Indian Design Edge“. The book has incorporated for the first time an interactive model with a QR Code for the reader to listen to the entire proceedings of Virtual Round Table which had leading luminaries like Sri Ajit Seth, Former Cabinet Secretary, GoIand Sri Mohandas Pai, Chairman, Manipal Global Education, Dr Subroto Bagchi, Chairman, Odisha Skill Development Authority (OSDA), among others who have dealt with multi-faceted dimensions of the book thus bringing a rich mosaic of ideas and possibilities to realize the dream of ‘Skilled India‘.
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Noted educationist Dr Darlie Koshys new book unveiled at the India Craft Week
“India is blessed to possess the advantage of the demographic dividend that can be harnessed to make India ‘the skill capital of the world‘. The COVID-19 pandemic has also underscored the significance of Re-Skilling, Up-skilling and New-skilling (RUN) to stay relevant amid the dynamic economic scenario. I am greatly honoured by the august presence of dignitaries – Dr. Vinay Sahasrabuddhe and Sri Alphons Kannanthanam and would like to thank them for gracing this occasion,” said Dr. Darlie Koshy, the author of the book ‘Runway to Skilled India’.
The launch of the book comes after a Webinar that featured an array of experts from skill space as well as from Textile-Apparel and other allied Industries who had explored the ‘Future of Jobs & Skills‘. Later on 15th January 2021, a Virtual Round Table was held to discuss the