ELCIA is working towards establishing ELCIA Learning Centre for the benefit of ELCIA MSMEs. ELCIA in association with CII conducted an Interactive Session on “Skill Gap assessment for Industrial Clusters of Karnataka.”
Cluster development and assessment of skill requirements of Clusters in Karnataka have greater importance as the development of clusters not only enhances increased economic agglomeration but also enhances the increased competitive pressure as a result of the co-location. Policymakers and professional developers use industry clusters to select, describe and promote groups of regional industries that already exhibit or have the potential to develop a regional competitive advantage.
The aim of the meeting was to get inputs from each industry member on Skill Gap Assessment and address the skill requirements and to discuss the key agenda /recommendations that need to be put forth and addressed to the Government of Karnataka/ Centre and the required levels of action.
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