Mission Hospital to train Covid warriors to meet deficit of workload
In light of a potential third wave of the coronavirus infections, frontline COVID warriors will be trained at the Lombard Memorial (Mission) Hospital sponsored by the National Skill Development Council and the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship or the MSDE collaborating with the Association of Healthcare Providers of India. There front liners will be trained in new areas such as basic care support, advance care support, emergency care support, and medical equipment support. Read more.
Skill Development Centres to be set up in 25 parliamentary constituencies
At the inauguration on the two-day State Skill Competition organized by the State and National Skill Development corporations held at the KL Deemed-to-be University, Government Adviser Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy spoke about the importance of upgrading conventional skills due to changes in technology. He also mentioned that skill development centres will be set up in 25 parliamentary constituencies. The winners at the national-level event will participate in the World Skills Contest in Shanghai next year. Read more.
Bridge the skill gap
The gap between industries and education have widened with automation and innovations and internships can be seen effective in bridging this gap. Students need to perceive internships as more than mere course requirement and as a way to fit in to dynamic environments, while also challenging their existing potential. Internships at an early stage teaches skills you may not learn in textbooks and classrooms, such as problem solving, adaptability, and collaboration. Ensuring that you choose the right place to intern is vital in the learning process as it can result in accelerated growth. It also provides great opportunity for networking and socializing, helping to build professional relationships. Read more.