Harsh Suresh Bharwani, CEO & MD, Jetking Infotrain

Mr. Harsh Suresh Bharwani is the CEO and MD of Jetking Infotrain. He spearheads the International Business, Dedicated Services and Employability initiatives at Jetking. In the past decade, Harsh has trained over 40,000 students on success, confidence, social skills, leadership, business, health, and finance.


The education system in India is very basic and standardized which means that the Government appoints experts or agencies who draw up the curriculum for studying. The teachers then teach the same to the students from the textbooks and the students have to by heart these notes and give an hour long exam. The students are then accessed based on the marks obtained by them in these exams.

This has been going on since many years in India which in itself fails to recognize the true potential and talent of kids in India beyond the system.

This system is being revolutionized by a new education system known as Finished model of education which is slowly growing in India. 

In the Finished Model of education students are taught using practical methods and are encouraged to use their common sense.

This education system believes in learning by doing. This will bring a major change in our education system as more and more children will resort to learning things practically.

Along with the Finish Model of Education the NEP 2020 has taken a significant step of shifting its focus to skill based education.

Skill based education is the need of the hour. Multiple projections indicate that more than half of employees will require extensive retraining and upskilling. Not just in terms of technical ability, such as knowledge of emerging technologies like artificial intelligence. However, soft skills such as communication, attention to detail, and listening must also be improved.

The employment opportunities in Industries such as intelligent automation and artificial intelligence are on a rise and it is said that these industries are expected to disrupt the global workforce, necessitating the reskilling of up to 120 million workers.

Global megatrends will continue to have an impact on 61% people’s employment. As a result, many people devote considerable time to honing their skills. The vast majority of people are also eager to learn new skills in order to be more competitive job candidates.

According to the latest upskilling Outlook in India report by Great Learning, 79% of professionals including freshers are planning to upskill in their career.

It is important to consider upskilling with a dual standpoint;

Employees with the most important skillsets having both hard and soft skills are the ones who can lead to organizational success.

The best candidates will always gravitate toward companies that offer upskilling and reskilling opportunities. Employers who provide professional development through on-the-job mentoring to help employees advance their careers in ways such as using business analyst skills to advance to the role of enterprise architect are in high demand. As a result, learning opportunities can serve as an effective tool for employer branding.

Forbes, a publication you should read, is unequivocal about the top trending jobs in 2020. Jobs may be in high demand right now for a variety of reasons, including high pay, a scarcity of available positions, and rising market demand. The following is a list of the top 15 jobs as determined by Forbes:

  • Blockchain Programmer
  • Specialist in Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • JavaScript Programmer
  • Consultant in Robotic Process Automation
  • Back-end Programmer
  • Manager of Growth
  • Engineer for Site Reliability
  • Customer Service Representative
  • Full-Stack Developer (Developer)
  • Engineer in Robotics
  • Specialist in Cybersecurity
  • Python Programmer

The above mentioned job roles are from the IT and Data science industries which have a huge demand in the market for almost 68% increase. Therefore students who are willing to pursue a career in these areas are going to have a bright future ahead.

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