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November 20, 2017

Karnataka

Government of Karnataka partnered NASSCOM to launch CoE for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence

Bengaluru : The Government of Karnataka today announced the launch of a Centre of Excellence for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (CoE-DS&AI), with NASSCOM as its program and implementation partner. To be established with an estimated investment of INR 40 crore, the CoE will its first-of-its-kind port based on a public-private partnership model, and will

Karnataka to become first state to have 50% women drivers on heavy transport vehicles, KVTSDC to facilitate training

Bengaluru : State-run buses could soon have more women at the wheel with the government looking at formulating a special policy to reserve 50% of drivers’ posts for women in Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) and Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC). Transport minister H M Revanna, who held a review meeting with officials of

Mecca of Food Technology in India (CFTRI) announced 5-week ‘Skill Development Program on Baking Technology’

Mysuru: Defence Food Research Laboratory (DFRL) director Rakesh Kumar Sharma said that CFTRI and DFRL are part of the government’s bigger initiative to focus on the need for food safety, nutrition security and sustainability. Inaugurating the CFTRI Foundation Day celebrations on Friday, Sharma said CFTRI is the mecca of food technology which has contributed to

Siddaramaiah made skill development plans to make “Karnataka an Unemployment-Free State”

Bengaluru: Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has plans to make Karnataka an Unemployment-Free State. Hence, the Karnataka Skill Development Corporation (KSDC) is making all efforts to set up Skill Development Centres and Skill Training Centres in First Grade Colleges at 34 places in the State. Karnataka Skill Development Minister Santosh Lad and KSDC Chairman Muralidhar Halappa are

CSIR-CFTRI to launch unique skill development program on Baking Technology from November

Mysuru: In tune with the successful existence of International School of Milling Technology (ISMT) established in 1981 in the campus and contributing to the highly skilled Flour Milling professionals across the globe, the Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI) has now conceptualized another centre, National School of Baking Technology which would set a benchmark in

Huge response to skill development project stumps Karnataka Government

Bengaluru : The state government has been caught by surprise with regard to the response to its skill development ‘Kaushalya Karnataka’ project. While the government had set the newly constituted Skill Development, Entrepreneurship and Livelihood Department a target to train five lakh youths in various skills in one year, the department’s portal has received 6.9

Karnataka Skill Development Corporation to open career guidance centres in 726 colleges across Karnataka

Bengaluru : Karnataka Skill Development Corporation (KSDC) and the department of collegiate education collaborated to open skill development and career guidance centres in 726 government and government-aided degree colleges across Karnataka, where students will be guided on how to improve their personalities apart from learning the Japanese and German languages. They will also be taught

MUDA allocated 34 Acre land to VTU to establish skill development institute

Bengaluru : Mysuru district will soon get a skill development institute which will be set up by Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Belagavi.VTU authorities have sent a proposal to the state Higher Education Department for administrative approval to set up the institute at Choranahalli in Mysuru district. Mysore Urban Development Authority (MUDA) had provided 34 acres

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