Deloitte India stated that it is emphasizing delivering tech growth.
As the records are shown, 50,000 new professionals are hired by Deloitte India in the past three years. Such recruitment has let Deloitte India upscale productivity in the country. Deloitte announced a task of a pilot project to assist in the issue of stubble burning in North India.
“The organization plans to continue to invest in people and productive capacities in India, with a focus on innovative approaches to support education, digital skills development, and training opportunities,” the audit firm said.
The retired CEO of Deloitte Global, Mr. Punit Renjen, mentioned India is likely the center of skilling and nature-based solutions at the US-India CEO Forum which was held on Friday.
“I believe, this is India’s century, and the country has a unique opportunity to lead the world in addressing some of the critical issues that we face. India’s future innovators, entrepreneurs, and leaders will need new skills to help them meet these challenges,” Renjen said.
Deloitte AI Academy bridges the tech potential gap by developing and re-skilling workforces in collaboration with IIT (Indian Institute of Technology). The program enlightens a third-year engineering college student to embark on industrial-specific skills and advanced educational technology.
The aim of Deloitte over the next few years is to continue growing its community with a focus on STEM, Innovation, Leadership, and Digital.
Deloitte’s WorldClass education and skill-building aim for 50 million people in India to pursue their careers and partake in their respective opportunities. Deloitte WorldClass is expected to prepare 100 million individuals by 2030 for the same.
Since 2017, Deloitte’s WorldClass has organized and led 124 non-profits across India, located in Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Delhi, Odisha, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Uttarakhand, and Rajasthan.
The Pilot Project which was run during the year 2022, has resulted in a 69% reduction in farm fires. “It is estimated that over time almost 2,000 lives can be saved through this pilot project.”
Deloitte India has plotted a plan in the state of Haryana to shield eight districts which have resulted in 90% of the fire in states. The eight districts in Haryana will include Fatehabad, Sirsa, Jind, Kaithal, Kurukshetra, Ambala, Yamuna Nagar, and Karnal.
In addition, Deloitte India has demonstrated the use of pilot projects in the neighboring states of Uttar Pradesh (Ghaziabad district) and Punjab (SAS Nagar district).