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March 20, 2018

Intex launched a pan-India skill training campaign, will target youth between 18-30 years

Indian consumer durable maker Intex launched a pan-India skill training campaign aimed at providing youth with basic training to join the fast growing organized retail sector.

The company is beginning this program from its branded retail stores – Intex Smart World – in Raipur, Chhattisgarh, in sync with the government’s Skill India initiative.

A registration kiosk will be set-up outside the Intex Smart World outlet in Raipur and other cities in Chhattisgarh for 7 days starting from January 11th to elicit entries.

The target group will be young boys and girls in the age-group of 18-30 years with higher secondary education being the minimum qualification. After the completion of the program, participants will get certificates of accomplishment.

“Intex Smart World plans to contribute in bridging the skill gap in the retail sector by providing free of cost training to the youth by experienced professionals and creating opportunities for them to join the retail sector,” Vishal Malik, Head- Retail, Intex Technologies.

Intex Smart World had recently opened its 100th store in Jaipur and achieved this feat within 18 months of its rollout. From April 2015, Intex Smart World has spread pan-India covering more than 83 cities.

Note: News shared for public awareness with reference from the information provided at online news portals.

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