The UAE to recruit 10,000 skilled Indian workers

The UAE to recruit 10,000 skilled Indian workers

The Indian Consulate speculates that the Training for Emirates Positions and Skills (Tejas) project will have placed at least 10,000 highly trained workers in positions by next year. The Consulate intends to provide a path that will help Americans avoid dishonest recruiters and give them the skills they need to find employment abroad by working with the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). Tejas offers training programmes in both India and Dubai, depending on the kinds of jobs. They can receive their driving licences here considerably more rapidly after completing their training there. A number of upskilling programmes are also being implemented by the Indian Consulate for the country’s blue-collar workforce. By improving their IT and English language skills, it aims to increase the employment of Indian workers in the UAE. It is being carried out in collaboration with associations and colleges. 

MSDE to institute PMKVY to foster the sports Sector

The Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) is implementing its prime scheme, Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY), under the National Skill Development Mission (NSDM), says the MSDE Minister, Shri Rajeev Chandrasekhar. Skilling for different sectors, including sports, is provided under the scheme.  Sports Qualification Packs in the sports sector cover several posts, including physical trainers, life guards, swimming instructors, sports coaches and more. The Sports, Physical Education, Fitness & Leisure Skills Council (SPEFL-SC) was established by the MSDE through the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) on July 3rd, 2015 with the goal of focusing on the growth of sports as part of the Skill India Initiative. The main goal of the SPEFL-SC is to provide a strong and dynamic environment for high-quality education and skill development in the nation’s sports industry .

Airbus signs contract with GMR for aircraft maintenance training

A new contract has been signed between Airbus and GMR Group. Young aviation engineers will receive maintenance training from Airbus in accordance with the agreement. At the GMR School of Aviation in Hyderabad, GMR will offer the fully integrated Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) licensure curriculum. The four-year programme will begin with two years of classroom instruction and conclude with two years of servicing, repair, and maintenance (MRO) training at GMR Aero Technic in Hyderabad. According to a statement from Airbus, “Necessary software and course materials in the form of trainee handbooks, examination databases, web access of Airbus tailored basic training modules and an Airbus Competence Training for Academy media package,” will be made available. Along with evaluating the training facility, Airbus will also train GMR instructors.