By 2020, India is expected to become the youngest nation in the world
India has the potential to emerge as an economic superpower in the next 15 years. However, this can only be achieved by developing skills of India’s youth. By 2020, India is expected to become the youngest nation in the world and this demographic dividend will demand stimuli critical for skill development and participatory governance.
While the Indian Government has taken several bold decisions to address the dual challenges of skill gap and inadequate employment opportunities, it is critical that the Public and Private sectors work together to devise innovative business models for skill development and job creation.
University & School Relationship Management team provides an ongoing engagement and knowledge sharing platform through several outreach initiatives with select B-Schools, Engineering Colleges and Agricultural Institutes across the country.
Global and Local Universities
Skill Development & Mentorship
Entrepreneurship & Innovation
Rigorous thought via Case Studies
Young talent for Professional Entrepreneurship Program
Youth for Social Change
YES BANK TRANSFORMATION SERIES
Entrepreneurship abilities of students being recognized during YES BANK Transformation Series, a global platform for crowd-sourcing of ideas which brings together the brightest minds from Universities around the world
R.N. PODDAR SCHOOL
Warren Patrick, Distinguished Fellow, YES Global Institute encouraging young students of RN Poddar School to embrace creativity and consider entrepreneurship as a career choice, during his Keynote Address at Podar Summit, 2016
CONFERENCE ON CONSUMER INSIGHTS, ANALYTICS AND BUSINESS GROWTH
Ajay Desai, Distinguished fellow, YES Global Institute, spoke about ‘Consumer Insights, Analytics and Business Growth’ during the Conference at Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research
YES BANK NATURAL CAPITAL OLYMPIAD
Students from schools across India participate at the YES BANK Natural Capital Olympiad