Policy recommendations from dialogue on “The National Skills Development Policy 2011- Major imperatives to reflect”

The National Skills Development Authority (NSDA) is currently reviewing the National Skills Development Policy (NSDP) 2011 in order to upgrade it ensure its relevance in the changing context of policy environment, market demands and future of work.

The EU funded Skills 21 project of ILO is providing technical support in this endeavour of the government of Bangladesh. In this context, to facilitate the policy review process, Skills 21 project is reaching out its partner TVET Institutes across the country to conduct a series of online policy dialogues. The objective of these policy dialogues is to integrate the perspectives and inputs of the direct implementer (TVET institutes) of the NSDP into the upgraded policy.