In the changing world scenario with regard to industry and the job market, there is now an overpowering need for skilled workers. However, the definition of 'skill' in India, and the world in general, has also changed over recent years.
Wisecorp firmly believes that by knowing a foreign language, students or professionals opens the door to many golden opportunities automatically for themselves.
With Indian companies emerging as global players and Indian market being eyed upon by many multinational companies, it becomes essential that there is no dearth of professionals who can overcome language barriers and facilitate smooth communication for proper business transaction.
As India is relatively young nation with around 28 million youth population being added every year. More than 50 per cent of its population is below the age of 25 and more than 65 per cent are aged below 35. In 2020, the average age of an Indian will be expectedly 29 years, while it will be 37 for China and 48 for Japan.
Thus the entire world including the developed nations will be looking towards the Asian giant India to provide them with the skilled youth to join there workforce.
Wisecorp believes that we can be ready to face the challenge coming towards us by preparing ourselves with the knowledge of language and culture of the developed nations,
As President Pranab Mukherjee said, "We often boast about India's demographic dividend. But the question that arises is what we do with this if we cannot skill them, if we cannot educate them and cannot enhance their employability."
With this belief Wisecorp has taken the initiative to train Indian youth with adequate knowledge of Foreign language so that they can stand tough to the global demand of trained professionals.