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Million Without jobs, unemployment rate to stand at 3.5 per cent in 2019:

Many would argue that the core objective behind education is to gainful employability. They are not far from the truth. Indeed, many organizations that evaluate the return on investment in education on the basis of the employability quotient.The data with regard to India is, unfortunately, quite alarming. According to the International Labour Organization (ILO), India will again see its unemployment rate at 3.5 per cent in 2018 and 2019, the same which was seen in 2017 and 2016.According to the latest data, there will be 18.9 million jobless people in India next year a little more than 18.6 million for 2018.

Quality institutions are less in India:

The reason behind this is that India has a small number of quality institutions in the country in spite of the growth in the number of higher education providers.Consequently, getting admission in the prime institutions is an uphill task as they would, naturally, like to maintain a student-faculty ratio that does not impact quality adversely. A large number of self-financed private institutions have mushroomed to cater to the burgeoning demand and lack infrastructure and qualified faculty.

India Needs Skill-oriented Education to Boost Employability:

On the occasion of the launch of Skill India Mission in 2015, Prime Minister said: "In the coming decades, the largest workforce required by the world will be provided by India." The Government thus set a target to create 500 million skilled work forces by 2022, accordingly.India is steadily working to become a pool of market-ready talent for the world at large and not just for domestic needs. With India having the world's largest youth population (64 per cent of 1.3 billion in the working-age group); it is well-known that the education system will have to continue to take the lead role to provide the youngsters required skills and training, especially to higher education students.

SICGM & Skill orientation:

SICGM provides skill oriented education to its students. All students are taught more than 150 items to prepare & all are become ready to take significant responsibilities in hotel industry. Students are expert in Arabic, Continental, Italian, Indian cuisines. A special focus is given on Arabic cuisine. SICGM ensures that students are equipped with best knowledge & market oriented skills.