Millions of young people around the world are unable to find a job while employers struggle to find qualified candidates. To highlight these dual challenges in bridging the employment gap, McKinsey conducted a survey of 4500 young people, 2700 employers and 900 education providers for their Education to Employment (e2e) Report.
IL&FS Skills was profiled in the e2e Report for significant contribution in the skills development sector. (http://mckinseyonsociety.com/e2e_casestudy/ilfs-india/
Out of a review of 100 case studies, McKinsey chose to profile two organisations including IL&FS Skills in India and Miami Dade College in the United States as examples of impact and success at scale.
In order to review the IL&FS Skills processes and methodologies, McKinsey made field visits at the IL&FS Skills centres at Phulbani in Odisha and Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu and conducted in-depth interviews with IL&FS Skills trainees, their parents, industry partners, officials from the government of India, Managing Director of NSDC and top management from IL&FS.
The entire IL&FS Skills methodologies have been documented into a video, which was screened at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Please view the video: http://www.mckinsey.com/features/education_to_employment