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Apprenticeship Programs-Lessons from Germany and German Companies in India

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 49 Issue 3

Published: 2014
Author(s) Name: Matthias Pilz, Dipl.-Kffr Sarah Pierenkemper | Author(s) Affiliation: Center of Modern Indian Studies at the University of Cologne, Germany.
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This paper deals with the question: how the experience of other vocational education and training systems can India help overcome its competence gap. Comparative research has shown that it is possible for lessons to be learned from the reform initiatives of other countries without their mistakes being replicated. An increased involvement of the private sector should boost the quality of the current vocational education and training system. Involving the private sector in vocational training has been successful in many other countries, especially in Germany, where the strategy is seen as underpinning skills training for young people that reflects the needs of the market and helps integrate them successfully into employment.

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