The latest edition of NSN weekly newsbytes focuses on the jobs at Tata STRIVE, Future of Jobs 2023 report, a compendium released by NITI Aayog and Skillfest 2023. This edition of our newsbytes also includes updates from the government, industry, academia, and other stakeholders in the skilling ecosystem.
In addition to keeping you informed about the industry, the skill development news overview may be able to help you with lead generation and business opportunities.
Highlights of this week
- Jobs at Tata STRIVE – Many job roles pertaining to trainers, facilitators, mobilisers and Center Head in Skill Development – Click on the link to know more – https://www.nationalskillsnetwork.in/tata-strive-recruitment/
- According to the WEF’s recently released Future of Jobs 2023 report, the Indian labour market is expected to see a 22% turnover over the next five years, with the top emerging opportunities coming from the AI, machine learning, and data segments.
- “Best Practises in Social Sector: A Compendium, 2023” was released by NITI Aayog in collaboration with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).
Skill development news from the government
- By 2030, the Ministry of Education aims to have at least 50% of students in schools receive training in various skills, and G20 discussions will help in developing a framework for formalising skilling in regular education.
CEMCA Skillfest 2023: A one-of-its-kind online skills competition by CEMCA and NSN
Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia (CEMCA) regional centre of the Commonwealth of Learning (CoL) and National Skills Network – NSN, India has launched a one-of-its-kind online skills competition, CEMCA Skillfest 2023.
The competition invites participation from 8 Asian Commonwealth countries viz, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, India, Malaysia, Maldives, Pakistan, Singapore, and Sri Lanka. Read more…
Last date to register – 15th May 2023
To know more, please visit CEMCA Skillfest 2023 website.
Skill development news from the industry
- NSDC International places 30 Indian candidates to join DP World group companies to offer Indian residents worldwide employment opportunities while positioning India as the preferred hub for providing a skilled workforce globally. Read more…
- Tata Steel launched the J.N. Tata Vocational Training Institute (JNTVTI) near its plant in Khopoli, Maharashtra, with the goal of empowering local students by enhancing their skills and expanding employment prospects.
- National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) registered on the Social Stock Exchange (SSE) on May 3rd, 2023, to accentuate its role in advancing India’s socio-economic progress. Read more…
- Shiksha Sambal project by Hindustan Zinc ensures quality education of 8,000 rural and tribal students from across 57 villages of Udaipur, Rajasmand, Chittorgarh, Bhilwara and Ajmer.
- ESSCI’s skill gap study shows Semiconductor and Components Sector in India to create 3 lakh jobs by 2025-26.
- The L&T Skill Training Hub was established in the Mayurbhanj district of Odisha by the Hon’ble President of India Ms. Droupadi Murmu. The hub’s aim is to train youth in construction skills and become self-reliant.
Skill development news from the academia
- From grades 6 through 8, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will incorporate coding and artificial intelligence (AI) to boost skill education.
- Through NIIT’s Career Catalyst Program, a six-week online courses on Java and Data Science have been introduced for class 12th
- Technical education syllabus to be modified of polytechnic colleges and ITIs to cater to the needs of industries.
- CBSE organised a webinar on skill modules to raise awareness for classes 6-8 in accordance with the goal of NEP 2020 to incorporate vocational education at an early age.
- IIM Ranchi and Regional Directorate of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (RDSDE) Jharkhand organised an Apprenticeship conclave on 3rd May 2023 to promote apprenticeship schemes with a focus on building a sustainable skill ecosystem in Jharkhand.
Skill development news from the States/UTs
- Assam: In line with the National Education Policy (NEP), the Assam government plans to launch the 4-year degree program in the 2023–2034 academic year.
- Jharkhand: Jharkhand to set 80 model schools, and students will receive vocational training for 11 different courses, to provide students a holistic, skill-based, and employment-oriented education.
- Maharashtra: Vocational education in Maharashtra schools begins from Class 6 starting in the forthcoming academic year 2023-24 to provide students with early exposure to advanced courses available in higher classes.
- Tamil Nadu: To develop skills among workers in MSMEs, the Coimbatore District Small Industries Association (Codissia) will submit a proposal to the Central government.
- Tripura: The government of Tripura to work on enhancing opportunities in higher education, and has stressed on providing quality education for the students.
Also read: NSN Weekly newsbytes on skills, education and training-02052023 https://www.nationalskillsnetwork.in/nsn-weekly-newsbytes-on-skills-education-and-training-02052023/
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