Understanding the Drivers of Success and Failure in Skill India Mission: Comparative Case Study of Germany, South Korea, Ghana, and Bangladesh

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      Ankur Vyas – Student, Kautilya

Bio : Ankur Vyas holds a Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore, Tamil Nadu. He is currently pursuing a Master’s in Public Policy at Kautilya School of Public Policy. He has interned at the Geospatial World where he focused on studying the Global Digital Twin policies, conducting extensive secondary research and analysing existing literature on the topic, and creating a comprehensive comparative chart, to support the secretariat team for the “Non-Executive Think Tank on Digital Twin Strategy for Indian Infrastructure”. In his internship, he also curated case studies for Digital Twin applications and designed a capacity-building program aimed at facilitating the adoption of Digital Twin technology. He has undertaken certification at the Lokneeti program in Policy, Data, and Behaviour Change from the Indian School of Public Policy, and has also received the Graduate Certificate of Public Policy (Tech & Policy) from the Takshashila Institution.