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Submitted by Neeraj Verma on
I agree with the thoughts that the workers, specially youths find themselves stuck as and when minimum skill sets are expected, the problem becomes acute in case of those who have certain physical or mental disability (PwDs)where inequality and low spatial mobility put them in more vunarable situation. Transition may have few contours of the respective socio-geographic profiles hoowever, other external factors such as industries, the governemnt and the support institution network also needs to be considered when an enabling environment for skilled workforce is considered. India may have better developed in case of the support mechansim (if it is comapred only in S Asia)however the kind of skills people at different levels and segments carry in other parts of the world, including S Asia, is very low.