Who we are
Our website address is: https://www.nationalskillsnetwork.in.
We are a team of development enthusiasts and experienced professionals with varied backgrounds who believe in the power of skills in holistic education for continued employability. We are committed to creating awareness and promoting the positive impact of skills for the economic development and individual empowerment. And, we do this by reaching out to people by going where they are, through digital and social media.
National Skills Network (NSN) captures and shares the positive impact of various training, skill development and vocational education initiatives in India.
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