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July 24, 2017

Karnataka

1056 youth got placed at 2-day Kaushalya Mela organized by KSDC and District Administration on World Skills Day

Mysuru : Chief Minister Siddharamaiah’s ambitious programme of creating jobs for the youth, saw about 1,056 youth getting jobs out of 4,398, at the two-day Kaushalya Mela (Vocational Skills Mela) and Job Mela organized jointly by the Karnataka Skill Development Corporation and the District Administration, at Kalamandira here on July 15 and 16. In all, 86

Nasscom Sector Skill Council partnered IFIM Business School to train 10,000 NSQF Level-7 analysts

Bengaluru : IFIM Business School, a private B-School in Bengaluru, has partnered with Nasscom SSC (Sector Skills Council) to become their first licensed training partner (LTP) in Karnataka. This strategic alliance between Nasscom and IFIM Business School aims to offer associate analytics, junior data associate and associate recruitment courses to all graduate students as an

Karnataka Skill Development Corporation to setup Germany supported broad-based multidisciplinary training institute in Mysuru

Mysuru : With an objective to conduct broad-based multidisciplinary vocational training in various industrial and technical fields, and to help students find job opportunities in the global workplace, the city will get a training institute, the Karnataka German Technical Training Institute (KGTTI), soon. Addressing press persons at Jaladarshini Guest House here yesterday, Karnataka Skill Development

Karnataka Government to sign an MoU with Domestic Workers Sector Skill Council to skill 1 lakh domestic workers

Bengaluru : At least 1 lakh domestic workers in Karnataka will, over the next six months, gain a professional edge and be equipped with cooking, elder care, child care and gardening, among other skills, making them eligible for employment inside and outside the country. In pursuit of building a national-level skilling ecosystem, the Karnataka government

Karnataka Department of Skill Development joined hands with NSDC, launched Green Skills Academy

Bengaluru : Green Skills Academy has been launched here in association with National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) to train 24,000 people in the next seven years in skills in areas, including renewable energy, waste water treatment and green construction. The Academy, an initiative of city based non-profit organization Centre for Sustainable Development, would also cover

‘Yuva Yuga’ scheme to create bigger and employable talent pool trained in new-age technologies across Karnataka : Minister Priyank Kharge

Bengaluru : With the aim of creating over 10 lakh skilled jobs, Karnataka has launched the ‘Yuva Yuga’ scheme to skill the youth with new-age technologies. Minister for IT-BT Priyank Kharge held an open house session with the industry in this connection. The programme aims to train over one lakh youth in the current financial

Karnataka State Skill Development Corporation (KSDC) to help students find jobs abroad

Bengaluru : The Karnataka State Skill Development Corporation (KSDC) will now act as an official consultancy/agency to help the state’s students get jobs in foreign countries in accordance with their skill, knowledge and eligibility. Considering the job opportunities available in other countries, the board is signing MoUs with countries like Australia, UAE, Japan and some

Skill Development, Entrepreneurship & Livelihood (SDEL), Govt of Karnataka and UNDP India organizing “Consultative Workshop on Domestic Workers Skill Development”

The Government of Karnataka has created a separate department for Skill Development, Entrepreneurship and livelihood on a mission mode led by the Honorable Chief Minister. One of the key objectives of the department is provide skilling for a vast majority of working age population in the informal sector across the state. Domestic workers form the

1330 Crore budgeted “Kaushalya Karnataka” scheme having 5 lakh skill training target, got 6 Lakh youth registered : CM Siddaramaiah

Bengaluru : The skill development programme to empower five lakh youth in various skill sets had received overwhelming response and the Karnataka government had targeted to train at least 5 lakh youth, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah informed the Legislative Assembly today. Replying to a question by Mohiyuddin Bava (Congress), he said under the ‘Kaushalya Karnataka Scheme’

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