It is always crucial to stay updated on the industry, academia, government and other stakeholders in the skilling and TVET space. Our newsbytes on skill development ensure that you are aware about all the happenings around the skilling ecosystem. The snippets of information could help you get some leads for developing your business in this sector and will keep you informed.
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Skill development news from the government, industry and academia
Top headlines of the week
- The Ministry of Education and AICTE have partnered CyberPeace Foundation to train 5 lakh students in cybersecurity skills.
- Unnati has partnered with Certif-ID to automate their existing processes, while also empowering students to take responsibility for their future. Read more…
- NSDC has collaborated with California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) to address the growing need for a digitally skilled workforce in India.
- Toyota Kirloskar Motor has collaborated with DGT-MSDE to develop skills among youth under Flexi-MoU Scheme of the government of India.
- India has signed an agreement with Japan to boost the mobility of skilled Indian workers in 14 fields.
- Additional vocational education in the field of radio photonics has been implemented by PetrSu.
- A report by Schoolguru Eduserve observed that only 29% of students prefer the traditional degrees offered by our colleges and universities.Nearly 65.41% believe apprenticeship-linked degrees to be more useful.
- Inker Robotics concluded the three-day free workshop on Industrial Automation with a participation of over 200 students and faculty members of eminent institutes.
- ICICI Bank has collaborated with Niyo to issue prepaid cards to MSMEs.
- Premal Udani, Managing Director of Kaytee Corporations Pvt Ltd has been appointed as Chairman of the Apparel, Made-Ups and Home Furnishing Sector Skill Council (AMHSSC).
India and Japan to boost mobility of skilled workforce:India has signed an agreement with Japan to boost the mobility of skilled Indian workers in 14 fields including nursing, industrial machinery, shipbuilding, aviation, agriculture and the food services industry.
NSDC partners CSULB to enrich digital offering for skill seekers: NSDC has collaborated with California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) to address the growing need for a digitally skilled workforce in India. CSULB will be cataloguing 200+ free courses for the skill seekers through eSkillIndia platform. Read more…
ICICI Bank collaborates with Niyo to issue prepaid cards to MSMEs: ICICI Bank has collaborated with Niyo to issue prepaid cards to MSMEs. MSMEs will now be able to get ‘ICICI Bank Niyo Bharat Payroll Card’ powered by Visa, for their blue-collar workers.
Skill development news from the states
Top headlines of the week
- Andhra Pradesh– The government of AP has sanctioned Rs 200 crore for the establishment of 4 Skill Development Centres (SDC)
- Arunachal Pradesh- Arunachal University of Studies (AUS) in collaboration with Arunachal ENVIS Hub and Ministry of Environment had organized a 240 hours Green Skill Development Programme ( GSDP ).
- Jammu and Kashmir- The Department of Skill Development Jammu and Kashmir has partnered with IIT Jammu to enhance skill and employment of students.
- Karnataka- A first of its kind incubation centre has been launched which aims to provide incubation and digitization support to aspiring entrepreneurs in the state.
- Odisha- Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology India has partnered with TeamLease Skills University, Vadodara, and DTET, Odisha to launch a skill development initiative for final year electrical students of ITI Barbil, Odisha.
- Odisha- ITI students are going to get cloud-based e-learning from a new academic session in Odisha.
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