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December 16, 2017

Tamil Nadu

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

Curriculum of pharma education in India need to have subjects like industry based practical skills : LSSSDC CEO

Chennai : The curriculum of pharmacy education in India should have subjects like industry based practical skills so as to enable students to look for gainful employment opportunities, said Ranjit Madan, chief executive officer of Life Sciences Sector Skill Development Council (LSSSDC), New Delhi. Compared to many countries, a wide gap is seen in industry-based

Application invited by DIC for regular and short term skill development programs on scientific glass apparatus manufacturing

Coimbatore : The Department of Industries and Commerce will start a 11-month regular and two-month short-term skill development training programmes in the manufacture of scientific glass apparatus. The training will be held at the Government Scientific Glass Training Centre. Students who have passed Class VIII and are aged between 15 and 20 years are eligible

Tamil Nadu government conducting district-level skill competition on 5th Oct as prelims for State Skill Summit

Tiruchi : The Department of Employment and Training would conduct a district-level skill competition to select best projects of the district which would participate in the State-level skill summit to be conducted through the Tamil Nadu Skill Development Corporation. The State-level skill summit is planned as an exercise to motivate students and enable institutions and

AICTE conducts surprise checks at 41 engineering colleges in Tamil Nadu

Chennai : The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) inspected 311 engineering colleges across the country recently. Of these, 41 colleges were in Tamil Nadu, the Chairman Anil D Sahasrabudhe told in a conclave on ‘creating competent engineers for a new India, with innovative minds and entrepreneurial capabilities’ on Saturday. He also announced that

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