Why are there so many Indian students who don’t get the job training in their home countries?

The job training for India’s aspiring students is still not a reality for many in their first years of university.

In a new report by the McKinsey Global Institute, the US-based think tank has highlighted the challenges of recruiting for such courses, which are currently only offered in India and Singapore.

According to the McKinseys report, over the last few years, India has been the country where job training courses have seen the biggest drop in enrolment, with a fall of nearly 1 million from 4.7 million in 2015 to 3.3 million in 2017.

The report also highlighted that many Indian companies are reluctant to invest in such courses because they fear that students will not be able to pass the exam if they don’t pass it.

India has long been plagued by job training programmes that are not only ineffective but also in some cases actually hinder job growth.

One of the biggest impediments to job training is the difficulty in acquiring an appropriate qualification.

As of April, India’s National Skills Council had only issued a report stating that over 40% of students did not have a minimum qualification and were not ready to work in their industry.

“Indian employers are struggling to fill vacancies as they are unable to find qualified candidates to fill jobs in their fields,” the report said.

Job training programs, meanwhile, have become a major focus for politicians as they struggle to convince investors to invest.

After the 2015 budget, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made an ambitious push to improve the quality of education in the country and to make it easier for young Indians to get jobs.

On the job market, Modi has set the target of creating 1 million jobs in the next two years and has promised that at least 5.5 million people will get jobs by 2022.

Currently, the number of job openings in the IT and IT-related sectors stands at around 25.4 million, according to the government.

While the McKinays report highlights the difficulties of obtaining qualifications in India, it also mentions that job training programs are in dire need of a major boost in funding.

Many universities across India do not offer job training as they have limited funding, according the report.

A report released by the US National Science Foundation earlier this year said that job creation for the next five years is expected to be between 1.3 and 1.4% while for other areas it could be between 0.5% and 0.8%.

The McKinsey report also said that the job readiness gap between India and the US is growing, with the US accounting for around 15% of job vacancies in India while India accounts for only 9% of the vacancies.

This is a significant difference from previous years when the gap was around 10%.