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Skill development news from the government, industry and academia
Top headlines of the week
- To make skill development schemes accessible to the target group, the government has launched an online portal and mobile app called PM Daksh.
- The Samagra Shiksha Scheme will be extended for school education for another five years which is till 31st March 2026.
- District Skill Committee (DSC) is going to act as the on ground monitoring and inspection agency for the empanelled training centres under PMKVY 3.0.
- DXC Technology has partnered with NASSCOM Foundation to launch the employability skills program to train 7,500 underserved students in new-age technologies’.
- South Korean confectionary company Orion, makers of Choco-Pie, has announced an investment of ₹200 crore to set up a manufacturing unit in Rajasthan. The company will also hire 1,000 people in India in the next two years to expand its business.
- The government has decided to incentivize the manufacturing sector by taking the following steps – Ease of doing business and compliance burden; Startup India; Production linked incentive scheme; Foreign direct investment scheme (FDI); Public procurement.
- Indian youth are getting placements under the short-term training programme of the PMKVY scheme during the COVID-19 pandemic. This has helped in reducing the unemployment rate in the country.
- IBM is going to set up a software lab in Kochi which develops and delivers next-generation software portfolios.
- The government of Haryana has partnered with Walmart Vriddhi’ and ‘Haqdarshak’ company to help MSME products reach the international market.
- Clevered is going to offer a first of its kind Artificial Intelligence Internship Program (AIIP) in association with a senior researcher from the University of Oxford.
- ASDC has collaborated with ISIE India and MG Motor with an aim to address the issues about electric vehicles and to create skilled manpower for the automobile industry.
- The Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) has partnered with the University of Agricultural Science (UAS) with an aim to boost agri-exports in India.
- CBSE, in partnership with UNICEF, is going to launch online career guidance and counselling portal for students of classes 9th to 12th.
- Rajasthan Skill and Livelihoods Development Corporation has provided vocational training and jobs to beggars of the state to help them live their life with dignity.
- CII has partnered with ITC Hotels to launch vocational education training in the hospitality sector.
- Aptech Limited’s media and entertainment vocational training brand Maya Academy of Advanced Cinematics (MAAC) has opened a new centre in Kalkaji, New Delhi.
- The Bharathiar University is going to offer a few technology-based online certificate programs and also partner with local industries for internships, apprenticeships and research opportunities.
- Delhi Skill and Entrepreneurship University (DSEU) has partnered with Mercedes-Benz India to launch an Advanced Diploma in Automotive Mechatronics.
- National Council for Applied Economic Research (NCAER) will help CBSE schools to identify the constraints, prepare solutions and help expose their students to vocational education.
- The Union ministry of commerce and industry has renamed the Rubber Training Institute (RTI) under the Rubber Board.
- The participation of the female workforce in India’s labour market has seen year-on-year growth, resulting in a dip in the unemployment rate for the women workforce.
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