According to a top official of National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) Andhra Pradesh will witness a demand-supply gap of nearly 3.7 million of manpower by 2020, Financial Express reported.
Speaking at a conclave organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry-Andhra Pradesh, NSDC Managing Director and Chief Executive Dilip Chenoy said the incremental manpower demand in Andhra Pradesh is estimated to be about 6.3 million from 2012 till 2017 and 4.8 million from 2017 till 2022, the report said.
He added, "During the period 2012-22, the demand supply gap of the state is expected to be about 36.7 lakh. The state will need to skill the workforce being added each year in additional skills as required by the industries."
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