The shortage of a skilled workforce is possibly the biggest challenge that India faces in sustaining its growth and development. The source of the problems lies in the mismatch between demand and supply; most employment opportunities require vocational skills that are not provided by the current education system. It is estimated that 300 million youth will be entering the workforce by 2025 which may very well turn India’s demographic dividend into a disaster. We shall strive to follow the National Skills Qualification framework, which focuses on outcome based learning in various job roles across senior secondary schools from class IX onwards and extend it to the Degree level. We shall also focus on embedding skill development in higher education and work alongside colleges to enhance employability of the students.