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January 24, 2017

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Odisha’s first ASTI under ADB funded 1050 Cr budgeted project to be operational at Behrampur from Feb 2017

The proposed Advance Skill Development Training Institute (ASTI), Berhampur, is likely to function on a temporary basis from the premises of Industrial Training Institute (ITI) here from February next year. A nine-member expert team of the funding agency, Asian Development Bank (ADB), visited the ITI on Wednesday for inspection of its infrastructure. “We are prepared

Nepal Government planing to create TVET Fund, TVET Authority to streamline skill development

Kathmandu :  As low productivity has long since been identified as structural problem for the country’s economy, experts and stakeholders have urged to ramp up investment in skill development of human resources to create entrepreneurial mass as well as human resources required by enterprises. Presenting the findings of a study report titled ‘Facilitating the Private

Klobuchar, Franken announced $1.5 Million funding for the Minnesota Apprenticeship Expansion Initiative

Washington DC : United States Senators Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken today announced that the U.S. Department of Labor has awarded the Minnesota Department of Labor a $1.5 million federal grant to fund the Minnesota Apprenticeship Expansion Initiative. The funds, provided through the ApprenticeshipUSA initiative, will be used to help meet the need for equitable,

एशियाई विकास बैंक (एडीबी) से 25 करोड़ डॉलर के ऋण द्वारा मध्य प्रदेश में होंगे विश्वस्तरीय आईटीआई

मध्य प्रदेश अपने औद्योगिक प्रशिक्षण संस्थानों (आईटीआई) और पॉलिटेकनाीक कॉलेजों को मजबूत बनाएगा जिससे कि इन संस्थानों से निकलने वाले छात्रों को उद्योगों में रोजगार योग्य बनाया जा सके। राज्य सरकार में एक उच्च पदस्थ अधिकारी ने बताया, ‘राज्य ने विश्वस्तरीय संस्थानों के समान मॉडल इंस्टीट्यूट के तौर पर कुछ खास पॉलिटेकनीक और औद्योगिक प्रशिक्षण

एडीबी द्वारा की फंडिंग से कौशल विकास निगम खोले 20 करोड़ की लागत से खोलेगा चार सिटीजन लाइवलीहुड सेंटर

शिमला  (हिमाचल) : शहरी विकास विभाग की ओर से चलाए जा रहे अर्बन लाइवलीहुड मिशन के तहत अब प्रदेश के युवा आधुनिक तकनीक से रोजगार के गुर सीख सकेंगे। युवाओं को स्वरोजगार के गुर सिखाने के लिए शहरी विकास विभाग की ओर से  प्रदेश में करीब 20 करोड़ की लागत से चार सिटीजन लाइवलीहुड सेंटर

Public funding for skills development initiatives should be tied to the programme’s labour market outcomes : World Bank expert

Speaking at Sri Lanka’s first Human Capital Summit, Amit Dar, director of strategy and operations at the human development practice in the World Bank has said governments should use performance-based financing for programmes intended to match a population’s skills to demand in the economy. “Currently, nearly all public funding [in this area] is input based,” he

British Council India evinced keen interest in forging partnership for skill development in Odisha, announced a series of new projects during launch of ‘2017 UK-India Year of Culture’

Launching the ‘2017 UK-India Year of Culture’ campaign in Odisha today, British Council India today evinced keen interest in forging partnership for skill development and research programmes in the state. Alan Gemmell OBE, Director of British Council India, who launched the campaign here, announced a series of new projects that the Council would be working

“…Make in India great, Start-up India great, Skill India great; make Formal India part of the story,” ILO chief Guy Ryder urged India to focus on formalizing workforce

New Delhi: The International Labour Organization (ILO) praised India’s “impressive economic growth”, but urged the country to make efforts to create more “decent jobs” and formalize its workforce. After meeting labour minister Bandaru Dattatreya, ILO director-general Guy Ryder said that India must make efforts to reduce informality in the workforce in general and curb contract

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