About the Summit

The aim of the conference is to bring relevant stakeholders together from the skill sector across the country and world over to find ways to move forward in the right direction. The policymakers, skill development organisations, industry bodies, digital skill empowering oragnisations, global thought leaders will be a part of this conclave. Skilling equipped with an entrepreneurial mind set is the way to move forward to build an effective employment ecosystem and this conclave will discuss various aspects of that through various sessions.

On the other hand, Kerala has set the benchmark high when it comes to skilling and labour reforms. The State Government on the labour front has restored confidence among the members of the labour force about the intentions and ability of the government to restore their livelihood. Over the years the government started right earnest in reopening locked out factories, helping loss-making industrial units to run profitably and opening up plantations that were closed. While all these achievements were made, the government took care that the welfare of labour was protected and preserved. This has created an august atmosphere in the State that enables an entrepreneur to start his venture in any sphere of Kerala's economy. At the same time Kerala has been in the forefront of leveraging digital interventions to bring transformation to the skill sector.

The one day virtual 'National Skill & Entrepreneurship Innovation Conclave' will highlight the initiatives of the State Government in this prestigious national knowledge sharing platform in which best practices of skill development, innovation and entrepreneurship encouragement will also be discussed.




25 February 2021

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Host Partner


Shri Pinarayi Vijayan

Hon'ble Chief Minister


Shri T P Ramakrishnan

Hon’ble Minister for Labour & Skills


Shri E P Jayarajan

Hon’ble Minister for Industries, Sports and Youth Affairs, Kerala

Programme Chair

Satyajeet Rajan, IAS

Additional Chief Secretary, Department of Labour and Skills, Government of Kerala

Participation From

  • Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, GoI
  • NSDC
  • Department of Labour & Skills, Government of Kerala
  • Various State Government Skill Development Departments
  • Leading Higher Education Institutions of India
  • ITIs
  • Technology Companies
  • Sector Skill Councils
  • International Agencies

Key Discussion Points

  • Redefining Skill Development in the New World Order
  • Entrepreneurship as a Career Choice
  • Role of Government, Industry & Academia for Creating
       Entrepreneural Mindset in the Youth
  • Success Stories of ITIs
  • New Technology Driven Skill Sector Growth
  • Best Practices across the Globe and India