India is facing a major unemployment related crisis. Part of the problem can be attributed to the global recession but a major part of the problem pertains to unqualified manpower. We have a mammoth force of professionals who are unqualified for corporate and government jobs. We cannot blame such professionals as our education system and its policies are defective. Instead of focusing upon practical and technical skills, our colleges and educational institutions are imparting academic and outdated education.
Take the example of legal education in India. There are only a handful of colleges which are providing courses in fields like cyber law. When even basic course on cyber law is missing from our legal education system, how can we produce world level lawyers in fields like cyber law, cyber security, cyber forensics, etc.
That is why we launched the first every Virtual Law Campus of the world that would provide online skills development in fields like cyber law, cyber security, cyber forensics, artificial intelligence, internet of things, machine learning, big data and data analysis, privacy and data protection, human rights protection in cyberspace, space law, conflict of law, etc. Best part is that the Virtual Law Campus of PTLB has been recognised as an EduTech startup by both DPIIT and MeitY.
The Virtual Law Campus is the exclusive techno legal project of its type in the entire world and it is supported by both PTLB Projects LLP (PPL) and TeleLaw Private Limited (TPL). Both PPL and TPL are startups recognised by DPIIT and MeitY in EduTech, LegalTech and TechLaw fields. It would also get support of our TeleLaw Project portal so that the skilled professionals can get best out of every possible situation.
National and international universities, colleges, educational institutions, skills development providers, etc are requested to contact us with their proposals so that together we can create a global skilled workforce.