Amrita Multi Modal Applications and Human Computer Interaction (AMMACHI) Labs, a research center at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, has announced the launch of a new YouTube channel for vocational and life skills training videos under the brand “Amrita Skills for Life”. The channel features a library of over 16 courses, in 6 languages, totaling 3000+ videos and 300+ learning hours.
For the past decade, AMMACHI Labs has been at the forefront of using well-crafted instructional videos and interactive learning technologies to provide skills training in villages, vocational training centers, and secondary schools. These courses, aligned with National Occupational Standards (NOS), have been successfully used over the years to provide skill training across India.
As part of the YouTube launch, all instructional videos developed by AMMACHI Labs are now being offered free on YouTube to benefit any learner and agencies/institutions to support their skills training.
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The courses currently available through the “Amrita Skills for Life” YouTube channel include Optical Fiber Splicer, Two Wheeler Service Technician, Plumbing, Tailoring, Mushroom Cultivation, Hairstylist, Backyard Compost Making, Fabric Painting, Artificial Jewellery Making, Soap Making, Tie Making, and Ceramic Tiler, among others. These courses are available in Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, Marathi, Odiya, and Bengali.
The “Amrita Skills for Life” YouTube channel is now the largest YouTube repository of vocational training videos in regional Indian languages. AMMACHI Labs will maintain the channel, and more videos will be added from time to time.
For more information, visit the “Amrita Skills for Life” YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/@amritaskills
The launch of the YouTube channel is part of AMMACHI Labs’ continuing commitment to providing accessible, quality education to marginalized communities and promoting skill development among youth, women, and other underprivileged sections of society.