India positions 34 all-inclusive (emerging) in the business space whereas China is situated at 45, as indicated by the report by Coursera. Inside the technology area, the nation’s rank is 40 all-inclusive (emerging), when contrasted with China’s 50 positions.
The report called the Global Skills Index revealed has been set up with bits of knowledge from pioneers over the public, private, and education areas. It likewise features that while India is rising in the business space, it is falling behind in the information science aptitudes.
However, if we see global (lagging) ranking India is at 51 positions and 12 among the Asia Pacific (APAC) nations in data science. If we talk about data management competency then India rank is 58 globally (only all-inclusive than Nigeria and Philippines) and among APAC countries in data management skills, the nation’s rank is 15.
APAC is a rising district for data science aptitudes. As per the report, in APAC 12 out of 16 nations are either slacking or rising in data science. Just four nations including Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, and Hong Kong show serious abilities in data science.
The highlighted factor in the report is that higher ability capability in a nation is related to Gross domestic product development, work power interest, and salary equity.
Arranged based on 65 million students on the stage and the exhibition information of the clients in the previous year, the report maps 16 nations over the APAC district and 60 nations comprehensively.
Across 60 countries it examines skills mastery for approximately 10 industries including 11 fields of study in technology, business, and data science. An early analysis of the COVID-19 pandemic consequence on the skills landscape is also provided in the repot.
The report’s discoveries for the worldwide space featured that industries with all the more exceptionally gifted ability in technology skills experience a higher stock return and less interruption from COVID-19.
It is noted for the higher education students that 200 million higher students whose studies have been disrupted by COVID-19. Out of which 80% are found in countries with emerging or lagging skills.
Underlining the role of data science and technology it is observed that those institutions navigating COVID-19 continue to prioritize technology, data science skills, and business. Two-thirds signups by companies, campuses, and governments on the Coursera platform are related to the courses teaching technology, data science, and business skills.
The report added that growth in demand has been there by 1,200% for personal development skills like stress management, mindfulness, and confidence. People are going to courses like Yale University’s Science of Prosperity to moderate mental and enthusiastic trouble brought about by the pandemic.