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Skill development means developing yourself and your skill sets to add value for the organization and for your own career development.    In India the skill development ecosystem is towards a formal system with limited vocational training. The vocational system is in a dismal state both quantitatively and qualitatively. The Research has analysed the work in five parts. The first division describe the introduction, statement of the problem, objectives, Methodology, Limitation and contents of the study. The researcher has observed the descriptive study methodology in explaining the concepts. The Second part concentrate on skill development structure, ecosystem and Incremental analysis. The third part explained core competencies. The fourth division deals with national skill development mission and scheme.  The last part explore the skill development challenges and conclusion of the study. 

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Raj, D. S. G. (2019). A Study on The Recent Trends in Skill Development with Special Reference To Different Types of Skills and Challenges in India. Thematics Journal of Geography, 8(12), 1069-1074. Retrieved from