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November 20, 2017


NIT-Trichy to impart UK-India project ‘Training Of Trainers Towards Capacity Building In Skills And Education (TOT-CBSE)’

Trichy : National Institute of Technology, Trichy obtained “UK India Education and Research Initiative – Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (UKIERI-MSDE) Sponsored (UK – India) Project – Training Of Trainers Towards Capacity Building In Skills And Education (TOT-CBSE): A Sustainable Approach and New Directions”, for the year 2016-17. This sponsored project worth Rs1.10 crore

Labour organization’s initiative UL Education planned to collaborate with UK Skill Councils and open finishing school soon

Kozhikode : Uralungal Labour Contract Co-operative Society’s (ULCCS) new initiative, UL Education, will collaborate with UK Sector skill councils in the areas of skill development in construction, infrastructure, services including IT and IT enabled services. There will be technical, supervisory and managerial courses for potential stakeholders. British Deputy High Commission, British Council and UK Sector

DFID – UKIERI collaboratively organized first of its kind Training of Trainers for Food Sector Skill Council (FICSI)

Kundli : Department for International Development (DFID) collaborated with UKIERI to organize ‘First of its kind’ Training of Trainers delivered by an international trainer from sector skill council from another country. This first of its kind initiative was organized at National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship and Management (NIFTEM), Kundli Campus from  30th Jan to

AICTE – UKIERI bridged Indian and Scotland institution to collaborate for skill training for contemporary fashion design

Vijyawada (Andhra Pradesh) : The programme, a joint project of the All India Council for Technical Education and the U.K. India Education Research Initiative (UKIERI), has been taken up at the Government Polytechnic College for Women and Glasgow Kelvin College, Scotland. A collaborative training programme in garment design between India and Scotland is opening up