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Study Finds 70% Youth Not Aware of Skilling Programmes

The newly released “Young India and Work” study by the Observer Research Foundation and World Economic Forum has found that an alarming percentage of...

Skilling Farmers Vital for Economy

Skilling farmers is vital for the economy This was the message delivered by G. Raghuram, Director of Indian Institute of Management, Bengaluru, at a convocation...

Lenovo-Motorola CSR Skilling Program

Lending support to the Skill India mission Lenovo and Motorola kicked off their flagship corporate social responsibility (CSR) program for 2019 by inaugurating their...

New Chairman of the National Skill Development Corporation

Industry veteran Mr. A.M. Naik was appointed Chairman, National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) on 28th November 2018. Mr. Naik’s illustrious career spans 50 years in...

India Skills Report – The 2019 Roadmap to Skilling

The sixth edition of the India Skills Report (2019) provides insight into emerging trends and changes in the Indian jobs and skills marketplace from...

What The Youth Really Want

76 percent of youth are very interested in pursuing skill development training and a whopping 81 percent consider internships or apprenticeships important for getting...

APSSDC – AISECT to Provide Skills Training

The Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation (APSSDC) has teamed up with social enterprise All India Society for Electronics & Computer Technology (AISECT) to...

Skilling Celebrated at RSDC Award Ceremony

The Rubber Skill Development Council (RSDC) hosted the 3rd award ceremony in Delhi this November to recognise outstanding contributions towards skill development in the...

Skills Training to Dairy Farmers

Australia-based MoooFarm announced recently that it will be training two lakh dairy farmers by 2020 in areas such as cattle nutrition to boost their...

Capability building for automobile dealerships

Industry Snapshot The Indian automotive industry (including component manufacturing) is projected to get to US$ 251.4-282.8 billion by 2026. The 4th largest in the world,...
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