3rd Edition
17 to 20 April 2017 
India Expo Centre & Mart
Greater Noida
Skills

Skills

Objective

  • A global platform for trade in services amongst the major players.
  • To position India as a services giant and focus specially on the export potential of service sector.
  • To augment India's International Trade in Services and deepen,ts footprint in the services economy of the world.

Skill Developement

It is well known that skill and knowledge are the fulcrums to a nation’s development and economic augmentation of any country. In today’s global scenario, countries boasting of higher and better levels of skills are understood to adjust more efficiently to the opportunities and challenges in the work field and thus deliver pertinent result on the same.

India today is amongst the youngest superpowers in the world and is one of the only few nations where the working age population is far in excess of that is dependent on them. A positive marker of the development of the Indian economy, this trend can have serious positive and can work as a potential source of significant strength for the national economy. But this can only be possible provided we are unable to enhance and continuously upgrade the population skills in the country.

Why Skill Developement

Finding and keeping workers with the knowledge and skills to get the job done is critical in today’s workplace. Today’s knowledge-based economy is increasing the demands on workers skill levels. A skilled workforce is often the key to a company’s growth and stability, and it could be the determining factor in the success of the business.

Global Exhibition Services

The Government of India, Ministry of Commerce and Industry in association with Services Export Promotion Council (SEPC), India Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO) and Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is organising the second edition of the Global Exhibition on Services from 21-23 April 2016, India Expo Centre & Mart, Greater Noida. The objective is to provide a platform to all the participants, delegates, business visitors and other key decision maker from the services industry and other related industry to interact with, and explore new business avenues.

The Second GES will spotlight on the services sector of the world economy and will serve as a forward-looking im pu I se fort he services industry.

Why Skill Services at GES

GES will provide a platform for skill Providers and Training institutions to interact with the users who intern provide comprehensive solutions in synergy with sector skill council.

  • To promote the concept & awareness.
  • Connect to large number base
  • Sales pitch and presentation
  • Displaying magnitude to acceleration in skill development & establishing norms
  • Promotions & Visibility
  • Establishing Future Networks
  • Engaging stake holders to showcase as a part of skill movement in India

Focus of Skill Services Exposition

  • Create awareness of latest skills training in various sectors
  • Employment generation through skills training
  • Highlight self-employment opportunities
  • Act as a knowledge platform for young future generation
  • Bring out new innovative ways of skills training
  • Create Entrepreneurship

Exhibitor Profile

  • Skill providers to various service sectors i.e.
  • Training Institutes
  • Vocational Trainers
  • ITIs
  • Job Portals
  • Placements Consultants

Visitor Profile

  • Students
  • Industry
  • Multi Lateral Agencies
  • Skill Providers - Beneficiaries from State & Central Government

For further information you may contact

Ms Ashima Sood, Mr Suyash Mittal
Tel: +91 124 401 4060-67
Email: ashima.sood@cii.in, suyash.mittal@cii.in