In this Wednesday, July 25, 2012 photo, an employee fills in the details of an educated unemployed applicant at an employment exchange office in New Delhi, India. India, with the world's largest chunk of illiterates at over 250 million, has to invest heavily in education and skills training, said Ashish Bose, a leading demographer. While millions of job seekers have impressive sounding diplomas, many don't have the skills promised by those certificates from colleges and technical institutes with poor standards. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)

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In this Wednesday, July 25, 2012 photo, an employee fills in the details of an educated unemployed applicant at an employment exchange office in New Delhi, India. India, with the world's largest chunk of illiterates at over 250 million, has to invest heavily in education and skills training, said Ashish Bose, a leading demographer. While millions of job seekers have impressive sounding diplomas, many don't have the skills promised by those certificates from colleges and technical institutes with poor standards. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)
In this Wednesday, July 25, 2012 photo, an employee fills in the details of an educated unemployed applicant at an employment exchange office in New Delhi, India. India, with the world's largest chunk of illiterates at over 250 million, has to invest heavily in education and skills training, said Ashish Bose, a leading demographer. While millions of job seekers have impressive sounding diplomas, many don't have the skills promised by those certificates from colleges and technical institutes with poor standards. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)
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