Students need to be immersed in realistic work environments where they create products or experiences using professional tools and processes to be market relevant, writes Martin Radley.

One cannot deny the impact that the youth have in society. Touted as the torch bearers of the future and sources of unmatched advancements, the youth have a great deal going for them. With the change in economic, educational and occupational scenario, along with an upsurge of advancements, there are plenty of opportunities to reach nation-wide as well as individual aspirations. Yet, are the youth really up for the task?

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