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- Bamboo Society of India (BSI) has partnered with the Council of Architecture (COA) to mainstream bamboo in the building sector. This aims to introduce bamboo, an agro product, as a mainstream material for building and related sectors for all kinds of buildings, infrastructure, rural development etc through awareness programmes, seminars, workshops, short courses etc.
- Under DDU-GKY, 31,297 received training and 49,464 got placement in FY21 against 2,44,051 and 1,50,076 respectively in FY20.
- NTTF is going to opening a technical training centre in Alundur at the premises of M/s J R Polytechnic, situated in Trichy. Read more…
- Short term skill training for COVID -19 management has been proposed under Prime Minister Kaushal Vikash Yojana for educated unemployed youth.
- IIM-Nagpur has signed an MoU with the National Institute for Micro, Small and Medium Entreprises (Ni-MSME) Hyderabad to provide short-term training, faculty development programs for continuous skill development in the MSME sector.
- The Central University of Haryana is reforming all UG, PG curriculum. The university will also adapt to a blended model of learning.
- Delhi police are going to provide skill training to 157 unemployed youth under its YUVA scheme. The youth will be provided with a weekly stipend as well at the time of their training.
- Government Polytechnic College Kathua organized a webinar on Aptitude and Soft Skills for Polytechnic students in collaboration with the Indian Institute of Management Indore.
- The Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) Academy organised a two-day virtual conference on Automotive Research and Development.
- Maruti Suzuki Podar Learn School will begin its online sessions for the primary wing followed by a senior secondary wing once the school infrastructure is ready.
- Naval Dockyard, Visakhapatnam has started a skill development training program on the maintenance of PSA oxygen plants.
- The International Labour Organization (ILO) has urged nations to invest in people working in the education sector, including teachers, and provide them training and a conducive work environment.
- India’s GDP is expected to grow at 1.3 per cent in the fourth quarter of 2020-21 and may see a contraction of around 7.3 per cent for the full financial year.
- A meeting was held to review the status of different components of the skill development department of Jammu and Kashmir.
- The Jalandhar district administration has decided to train the unemployed youth in six types of jobs for Covid care wherein the hospitals are finding a shortage in manpower.
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