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April 25, 2018

Dr Lalit K Panwar took charge as first Vice Chancellor of Rajasthan ILD Skill University (RISU),

Jaipur : Dr Lalit K Panwar, while taking charge as the vice chancellor of the Rajasthan ILD Skill University (RISU) run by government of Rajasthan, said that he will be focusing on skill training based on the demand by various manufacturers and industrial houses.

“We will do demand-driven skill training here. We will ask all manufacturers and industrial houses about the kind of manpower that is required by them. We will then design the courses according to the different kind of manpower required by different industries. So that, skilled students get employment immediately,” he added.

“We will give certificate, degrees, as well as diplomas, based on the curriculum opted by the student. The certifications will be on technical ITIs, polytechnics, and many more skills,” Panwar said. While talking about the kind of skills to be focused on, Panwar said, he will be focusing on skills with a global appeal.

“We will apply thrust on new fields like solar energy, wind energy, and latest technique including non conventional energy. I will also focus on skills and trainings which have a global appeal. Whether is it IT, ITES, or related fields like nano-technology, solar or wind-based,” Panwar said.

Adding to it, he also promised availability of quality employers for the skill-trained students.

“I would like to commit that we are open to negotiate, talk, and sign MoU with global players, whether MNC or our national players. I will start with the top 10, like Infosys, HCL, and Genpact. I know most of them. Only thing is that I have to renew my contacts,” he said. He added that he has trained students to work in private organizations while working as the secretary of Employment and Training, government of Rajasthan.

“Platforms required by the private training providers and industries which demand skill, are already with us. I will take the benefit of that experience to improve this,” Panwar added.

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