World Youth Skills Day

Setu&Nafiul Alam Ayon

14 October, 2020 | 1 : 36 pm

“One strategy for getting ahead is incredibly good at a particular skill; you need to be world-class to stand out for that skill. In my case, I layered fairly average skills together until the combination became special.” —Scott Adams
Skill is a must for development & “Youth” can be defined as the early period of existence, growth or development, and the appearance of freshness, vigour, spirit, and so on. “Youth” is the foundation of any nation. Around the world, millions of young people are kept out of work by a lack of skills. But improvements to education and training can help them to reach their full potential. As a result of which, World Youth Skills Day is celebrated every year on 15th July denoting the acquisition and development of skills in young people. The purpose of this day is to develop the skills of the youth through technical and vocational training in addition to our conventional education system. But this year, the context of celebrating “World Youth Skills Day” is a little bit different due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The impact of the COVID-19 on skills development and exploring on how young people can respond to the economic crisis are the topics of discussion for the sociologists. This year the theme is ” Skills for a Resilient Youth in the Era of COVID-19 and Beyond.”


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