India, traditionally, is constituted as a caste based society. Besides the sociological function of structuring the society, a caste was a label for a specific set of knowledge and skill generationally engaged into a specific occupation. The population belonging to a particular caste constitute a community, who used to practice the profession of the caste since generation and learning used to take place informally within the community. With the increased effort for the market driven skill supply, particularly in the post-independence India, the subscription to other formal professional programs increased, changing to professional learning from occupational learning.