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December 16, 2017

Madhya Pradesh CM to lay foundation of 645 crore budgeted ‘Global Skill Park’ on 3rd July

Bhopal : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will lay foundation of the country’s biggest Global Skill Park to be developed in Bhopal on July 3, 2017. Union Minister of State for Skill Development (Independent Charge) Rajiv Pratap Rudy, former Indian cricket team captain K Srikkanth, former cricketer and Minister of State for Skill Development (Independent Charge) of Uttar Pradesh Chetan Chouhan too will participate in the programme. State’s Minister of State for Technical Education (Independent Charge) Dipak Joshi on Monday reviewed preparations for the programme.

Park will be developed in 37 acres by spending Rs 645 crore. One thousand students will be imparted training every year in the park. The trainers will be world-class. Trained students will be given placement in India and outside India at international level. The park will function with having the theme ‘With Industry, For Industry’. Provision of international joint certification will also be there. Principal Secretary Technical Education Kalpana Shrivastava, Director Skill Development Sanjeev Singh and other officers were present there.

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