India has a vast population of young, unskilled and unemployed people. A major reason for this sad situation is lack of vocational, practical and skill development initiatives in India. Whether it is school level education or college or higher education, the nature of Indian education is purely academic. This does not serve any purpose except adding to the pool of unemployed educated youths in India.Indian government has a tremendous job in hand to change this situation. In order to be successful Indian government has to eliminate the factors that are responsible for this situation. For instance, India has one of the lowest populations of students that opt for higher education. Even if some courageous people opt for courses like PhDs the vast spread corruption, lack of transparency and non accountability results in abandonment of such PhDs.
So form legal framework to policy everything is going in the wrong direction in India. In this background the initiative to impart skills development to under graduate and graduate students would be a mammoth task for Indian government.
This is the situation for traditional academic courses. The position for vocational and professional courses and studies is even worst that that. Except few top class institutions in India, professional and vocational studies are not provided in India. Due to governmental monopoly private players are not being able to enter into educational field. Even the existing legal frameworks in this regard are not conducive for foreign direct investments (FDIs) and opening of educational and training institutions in India.
Techno legal areas like cyber law, cyber security, cyber forensics, ethical hacking, etc are worst affected. In the name of technical education mere academic diplomas and degrees are provided that are not helping the students in any manner whatsoever.
Perry4Law, Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB) and Perry4Law Techno Legal ICT Training Centre (PTLITC) believe that information and communication technology (ICT) can help Indian government in achieving the goals set by it regarding skills development. For instance, use of e-learning, online education and distance learning education system can not only ease the pressure from traditional universities and educational institutions but would also help in providing technical and practical education to masses across India.
Perry4Law, PTLB and PTLITC are providing exclusive techno legal e-learning courses in India and techno legal skills development trainings and courses in India. Further, PTLB is also managing the exclusive techno legal centre for lifelong learning in India that is providing techno legal continuing legal education in India. We are committed to improve the techno legal skills developments in India are looking forward for suitable partners and associates in this regard. Read our e-learning blog for regular updates in this regard.