In the pre-pandemic era, the Indian Logistics industry, like many others, was undergoing a gradual process of technological transformation. However, as the country emerged from the ravages of COVID-19, the logistics sector like most other sectors had undergone a massive transformation, the likes of which had never been seen before.
Despite having a population of 500 million people in their working years, India continues to grapple with a dire skills crisis. This pressing issue is further highlighted by a report published by US-based digital infrastructure company, Equinix, in November 2022. The report revealed that 74% of IT decision-makers in
"The Great Skills Gap" This one phrase encapsulates a deep rooted and troubling dearth of skills in Indian tech talent. The numbers scream a despairing story. Only about 35% of Indian STEM graduates are employable in the tech sector. For Indian engineering graduates, these numbers are far more shocking.