NSN News Digest turns one today! And, we are excited about how far we have come in our pursuit to share the positive impact of skill development, training and vocational education in India. The News Digest was conceptualized while we were learning about the initiatives and outcomes by interacting with different stakeholders and researching from authoritative resources online and on print, in our effort to understand the emerging skill development ecosystem in India. The News Digest has evolved as the Skill Times newsletter.
Our idea of sharing information in the form of a fortnightly News Digest was welcomed and appreciated by the professional community and since then we’ve never missed writing and editing a single edition. And, of course, we’ve been following high professional and ethical standards in creating and publishing content in strict adherence with IP laws for web content and terms and conditions for web content reproduction and sharing.
NSN News Digest on Skill Development
Sharing a random pick of appreciation from our readers from email responses, website comments and LinkedIn comments that cheer us to deliver our best!
“Love to get updates of skill movements, I am working hard as motivator , mentor, electrical skills trainer at ICICI Academy of Skills”, Rajesh Kumar Sinha, Patna, Bihar
“Very useful summary. As someone who operates in the skill development space, such capsulated information which otherwise takes a lot of reading to get, is of great help. Hats off to this initiative to cover the happenings in this sector.” Sabarinath Nair, CEO, Skillveri Training Solutions
“I stumbled upon your mail and thought of writing to you to congratulate you and your team’s effort in bringing this newsletter ‘Skill Times’. I know the kind of hard work and diligence required to bring out such a power packed offering.” Bhaskar Natarajan, Head, Program Execution, Tata STRIVE
“National Skills Network – NSN, I would like to say is one of its kind online repository for skills. The team has put in great efforts and within a short duration has become a name in the skilling ecosystem of the country. I had the privilege of meeting Madhuri during the first UP Skill Summit organized by us at Lucknow and I should admit that she did a fantastic job of covering the event. The turn-around time with regards to working out the content was great and that is what is required helping in keeping the proceedings fresh. We have truly enjoyed our engagement with NSN and I am sure with the kind of commitment and passion they bring to the work it will go a long way and become one of the very best in the near future. I wish them best of journey !” Subash Sapru, CII, Director – Skills and Education, CII, Northern Region
“Agility and Speed are the key virtues we experienced associating with NSN. This portal provides diverse over -the- shoulder views of the various skilling initiatives across several states in India. Here is wishing the NSN team the very best in her future endeavours!” Sujiv Nair, CEO, TASK, Telangana Academy of Knowledge and Skills.
“Its marvellous how you built NSN and how you keep it going. Enjoyed reading all your posts. Whats more, its a lot of information relevant to the mission of Exhibition Society, where I am volunteering.” Aditya Margam, Joint Secretary, AIIE
“Nice and very positive coverage as regard skill development and employability of persons with disabilities. Congratulations to the author and publisher.” Bhushan Punani http://www.bpaindia.org
“You are doing a good job. Very impressed with the online media platform”. Atul Bhatnagar via LinkedIn, Former COO, NSDC
“Thanks a lot for sharing the newsletter. Efforts made seem to be very useful and purpose oriented.” Anup K Srivastava, CEO, Skill Council for Persons with Disability (SCPwD)
We thank all our readers and well-wishers for their motivation and support in sharing the positive impact of skill development, vocational education and training in India. Feel free to reach us for featuring a project, a Skill Talk, a Skill Story or an event on NSN to enrich the skilling community in India. Madhuri and Meghana