The skill development in health care sector is critical to bridge the skill gap in the sector.
HSSC would facilitate skilling of 4.8 million over the next 10 years.
The skill training imparted to the people on the National Occupation Standards would bring in much required quality and standardization of trained manpower.
I believe health care is a sector that has a lot of potential to meet the requirements of other countries too.. Dr Naresh Trehan Chairman, Healthcare Sector Skill Council, Chairman and MD, Medanta - The Medicity.
By 2020, India will have a surplus of 47million in skilled workforce to supplement the global deficit: US, China Japan having the highest requirement.
The current capacity may not be enough to match the demands of the projected growth of employment in 2020 , particularly in healthcare, manufacturing and service sectors.
Globally, India will possess one the highest youth workforce by the year 2020, with Japan, US, Russia and UK having a large percentage of their population beyond 60 years of age. India will have a surplus of 47 million skilled workforce, whereas the world will have a deficit of 56 million, with US, China, Japan, Russia projected to have deficits of 17million, 10 million, 9 million and 6 million respectively. –Confederation of Indian Industry data.