The launch of ‘Make in India’ campaign by the PM, Mr. Narendra Modi is going to uplift the poor performance of the manufacturing sector of India. The government of India has started taking various initiatives to provide ease of doing business in India to encourage the investors for the success of the campaign. The progress of the sector will accelerate the employment in India. The government has a target to create more than 100 million jobs by the end of 2022. Also, India is one of the countries with a big percentage of young population in the age-group of 15-59 years that further provides an initiative to the investors to invest in India. But the problem that arises is regarding equipping such a huge population of India with some sort of employable skills so that they get absorbed in the jobs. Although the government of India has started the ‘Skill India’ programme for this purpose, but there are various obstacles that can drag the performance of the campaign. This paper intends to focus on the challenges the Government of India can face in the way of providing skills to the labour of India in the coming years.