This study has focus on skill development in youth to enhance employability by proper training and consultancy through TESK training & consultancy. SWOT analysis has been performed here to achieve SMART framework of objectives relevant to this study. Secondary data collection has been used here for thematic analysis of this study. Skill improvement in requirement of current job market has been focused here in this project to meet employability by proper training.

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Figure 1: Project timeline 11

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Microenvironment analysis of TESK Training & Consultancy


Skilled teacher involvement

Openness to share knowledge

Professional attitude to provide training (Peasland et al. 2019)

Creative and thoughtful to enhance employability


Lack of staffing

Narrow demographic window

Challenges to new technology


Proper planning and strategic organizational activity

Flexible curriculum implementation


Current vocational training is not efficient in meeting the job market.

Table 1: SWOT analysis

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This SWOT analysis is focused on the education sector, which is an important tool for societal sustainability including youth making youth an asset to the nation. This project proposal will analyze economic development in education and training to meet employability in the current market (Bates et al. 2019). Quality of future human capital can develop the nation without any compromise with the quality of education training and employability process including vocational training. Inculcation of proper soft skills in developing personality and knowledge to get employability in the current job market is to be analyzed by reducing weakness in training organizations like TESK Training & Consultancy. The strength of education consultancy can provide long-term efficient output to produce quality human and knowledgeable youth to enter the job market to get employability. The project study will be developed here.

Macro-environment analysis of Education training and consultancy





Political strategy in the education sector to make INDIA’s political stability



Country’s economic stability including its GDP rate

Current inflation including Tax rate



Social challenges including religious problems to meet education in order to get employability in this country have been an important issue.



INDIA’s technological involvement and innovation in science and technology will have an impact on employability.



The Right to Education act has impacted this country the access to education and knowledge.



Critical Climate change has also affected this region to meet employability including education as well.


Table 2: PESTLE analysis

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Political complexity in the education sector can hamper proper employability in the country. The impact of economic stability will help to grow education because GDP growth will help to access proper circulation of knowledge and skill to get better employability (Chughtai, 2019). Systematic racism will have a severe impact on mental health in getting economic and educational goals. Proper skill development through technological education among youth will help to grow awareness in people about science and technology. The Right to Education act has positively affected education flow to create skilled and knowledgeable youth. Natural calamity including critical temperature, deep depression on Bay of Bengal and many more environmental issues has affected education and training in youth to meet employability.


Goal 1: Create opportunities and space in the talent development process including the new skill development sector

Goal 2: Reduction of the gap between skilled people and skills required in the industry including reduction of poverty in the country

Goal 3: Providing competitive business nature to meet relevant skill requirements including Indian empowerment in the job market

Goal 4: Diversification of skills to meet challenges offering opportunities for the job market

Goal 5: Implementation of public-private partnership to mobilize adequate investment for achieving sustainability in skill development


Digital marketing skills including data science will help to create skilled and tech-savvy talent.

Vocational skill is to be required properly in youth so that a financially backward student can also access skill and education.

Competitiveness in the Job market can also help to give a clear idea about skill requirements in the industry because manufacturing industries are likely to shift from traditional techniques to technological implementation

Digital literacy and soft skill development can be implemented with more pace (Tang, 2019)

Public-private financial collaboration in skill development in youth will help to reach the nation’s goal.


It is measurable as the budget allocated in the technology sector.

Skill development can be measured by tracing the output of vocational training

A risk register can be used in measuring this achievement.

Social media feedback on digital literacy can give measurable output for this.

Cost-package can be aligned with this practice of private-public sector collaboration.


It is also attainable through budgeting in the training & skill development sector for Youth.

It is attainable through effective time and cost planning.

It is attainable through Risk assessment.

It is attainable.

This is attainable through proper cost-package in skill training.


It is relevant to create opportunity and space in the new job market.

Relevant to the reduction of poverty in the country

Active engagement helps participants including people awareness.

Diversification of skills to developed through training.

Relevant to the competitiveness of business


52 days

40 days

40 days

35 days

65 days

Table 3: SMART framework

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Proper methodology in implementation of project study has importance on how this project will progress by following research approach and research paradigm including research method. The positivism research paradigm is relevant here to conduct this project to meet project objectives. It will help to implement and innovate new ideas for the progress of this topic based on skill requirements to enhance employability (Tan et al. 2021). The deductive approach will be applicable here because it will help this study to come to a specific outcome regarding skill training and consultant in TESK Training & Consultancy.

Qualitative strategy is to be included here because research data will be collected from authentic sources like scholarly articles, ProQuest, audio-visual information, and magazine. Secondary data collection will help to conclude at a quick pace because it will not involve human participants in collecting data. Thematic analysis will help to access all qualitative data collected from authentic sources including visual and recorded materials (Stephen and Festus, 2022). Hence, this project research will keep all data collected by secondary sources confidential and secret so that no part of this study will be copied into other work maintaining the Copyright act. The data collected for this research study can be used for further research on the same topic by texting and citing references used in this project.

Figure 1: Project timeline

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Bates, G.W., Rixon, A., Carbone, A. and Pilgrim, C., 2019. Beyond employability skills: Developing professional purpose. Journal of Teaching and Learning for Graduate Employability.

Chea, S. and Lo, W.Y.W., 2022. International connectivity and employability in Cambodian higher education: A case study of developing employability skills in English language education. Educational Research and Evaluation, pp.1-22.

Chughtai, A., 2019. Servant leadership and perceived employability: proactive career behaviours as mediators. Leadership & Organization Development Journal.

Peasland, E.L., Henri, D.C., Morrell, L.J. and Scott, G.W., 2019. The influence of fieldwork design on student perceptions of skills development during field courses. International Journal of Science Education41(17), pp.2369-2388.

Segbenya, M., Oppong, N.Y. and Baafi-Frimpong, S.A., 2021. The role of national service in enhancing employability skills of tertiary graduates in Ghana: a case of national service personnel in the Central Region. Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning.

Stephen, O.O. and Festus, O.O., 2022. Utilization of work-based learning program to develop employability skill of workforce (craftsmen) in construction industry towards industrial development. Indonesian Journal of Educational Research and Technology2(3), pp.179-188.

Tan, C.Y., Abdullah, A.G.K. and Ali, A.J., 2021. Soft Skill Integration for Inspiring Critical Employability Skills in Private Higher Education. Eurasian Journal of Educational Research92, pp.23-39.

Tang, K.N., 2019. Beyond Employability: Embedding Soft Skills in Higher Education. Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology-TOJET18(2), pp.1-9.