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India's Techade: Upskilling will be key, say industry leaders

The tech industry has applauded the government's intent, but many stakeholders say that achieving this goal requires investments in upskilling

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Technology | Artificial intelligence

Sourabh Lele 



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Industry leaders believe the need for upskilling becomes even more vital with the rise of web 3.0, which is boosting the demand for new creative skills.

In his Independence Day speech, Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared that this was India’s “Techade” and that the country was on the cusp of a digital revolution. (In 2015, the government had launched the Digital India programme, covering multiple projects of central ministries and states, to expand the country’s digital economy.)

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First Published: Sun, August 21 2022. 20:16 IST

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