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Manish Sabharwal and Rituparna Chakraborty
New Delhi, January 21, 2020
The widening vocational demand-supply gap and poor employability after higher education will skew wages in favour of vocational work


Rituparna Chakraborty and Manish Sabharwal
New Delhi, March 18, 2019
New technologies will displace jobs but also create jobs


By Manish Sabharwal & Rituparna Chakraborty
Delhi, October 15, 2016
India's problem is not jobs but wages. It is time to ignore the noise and focus on three solutions.


By Manish Sabharwal
Delhi, December 28, 2015
Manish Sabharwal, co-founder and Chairman, Teamlease Services - a temporary workforce and skilling company - and a member of India's Central Advisory Board of Education explains why skilling needs to be the future of education in India.


Manish Sabharwal
December 20, 2014
We have not made progress because of the transmission losses between the poetry rooted knowing \"what\" and the plumbing focused knowing \"how\", writes Manish Sabharwal.


Manish Sabharwal
May 16, 2014
As the new government moves from the poetry of campaigning to the prose of governing, the big and difficult agenda of jobs looms large, writes TeamLease Chairman Manish Sabharwal.


Manish Sabharwal
March 31, 2011
National Skill Development Council member Manish Sabharwal says the obvious employability challenge is the so-called demographic dividend.


Manish Sabharwal
May 26, 2010
Smart employers have decided to filter freshers for life skills- creativity, confidence, curiosity, learnability and teamwork- rather than technical skills.


Manish Sabharwal
December 11, 2009
The first decade of this millennium saw the acceleration of India’s four labour market transitions; farm to non-farm, rural to urban, unorganised to organised employment and subsistence self employment to decent wage employment.


Manish Sabharwal
June 30, 2009
India is a hostile habitat for entrepreneurship because reforms have fixed sins of commission and not omission. This creates the wrong kind of companies.


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