2019 Year in review: Meet the Skill Champions

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The winners of the WorldSkills 2019 competitions set an example for youngsters that the key to success is not the will to win but the will to prepare to win. Behind every win, there are hours of hard work, dedication, and discipline. As we look forward to IndiaSkills competitions in 2020, let us know and understand the kind of dedication and efforts that go behind making a champion.

C. V. Raman College of Engineering – CVRCE’s exemplary curriculum gets India first-ever gold medal at WorldSkills 2019

C. V. Raman College of Engineering with its innovative and industry-integrated curriculum along with Centres of Excellence(CoE) has created history for India in winning its first-ever gold medal in WorldSkills Kazan competition held in 2019. We spoke to Mr. Sanjib Kumar Rout, Chairman, C. V. Raman College of Engineering (CVRCE), to understand the institutional support needed to produce gold medalists like Aswath Narayana. Read more

Meet the Indian team that won medals and medallions at WorldSkills Kazan 2019

Team India created history by the best ever finish in the WorldSkills Kazan 2019. The 48-member Indian team won one Gold, one Silver and two Bronze medals besides 15 Medallion of Excellence and made India proud. Let us meet the winners and know their journey. Read more

Team India for WorldSkills International Competition 2019 at Kazan, Russia

Team India includes participants from all over the country, including 6 from the North-Eastern region. 77% of these come from tier 2 and tier 3 cities and can speak 10 different languages. Most of these competitors come from a very humble background, with 35% have their parents either employed in the agriculture sector or are working as daily wage earners. Read more

Meet the Skill ChampionsThe fascinating journeys of WorldSkills participants from India: A snapshot

Let’s look into the journey of WorldSkills participants and appreciate their hard work and dedication to persevere and shine throughout local, regional and national levels. Their happiness can be gauged from their excitement in making it to the global stage by crossing many hurdles and overcoming many challenges to reach the milestone. Read more

ASDC Annual Conclave 2019: Success stories of IndiaSkills Competition winner and their trainers

Supporting aspirations, an Award Ceremony was held for the winners of the India Skills. The winners represented India in the World Skills Competition. The ceremony was graced by the presence of Mr. Dilip Chenoy-Secretary General, FICCI, Mr. Ranjan Choudhury- Head WorldSkills India, NSDC, Mr. Vikrant Mohan- National President, AIAWA and Founder and Chairman, Automobile Service Providers Academy and Mr. P.K. Kapse-Former MD Eicher Motors. Participants from the automotive sector shared their experiences. Read more

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