02-12-2015, 04:53 PM
India and Australia together to build a center of excellence for vocational education and training in Delhi NCR; will aim to train 80,000 students a year through variety of courses
"This MoU will help in skill-gap in both countries"
-Shri Rajiv Pratap Rudy
In line with the agenda of the new skill Ministry of exploring ways to further increase the country's ecosystem Skilling, national skill development Corporation (NSDC), and Heraud TAFE SA signed a tripartite agreement that will see the establishment of a professional school Delhi / NCR.
The school is a center of excellence, presenting the best professional training in a range of fields, that too can train students in 8000 to 10,000 and move to train 80,000 students in a wide variety areas, and contributing significantly to the goal of skills in view of the Minister of India to create an India-skilled '.
The MoU was signed in the presence of August Honorable Union Minister for skill development and entrepreneurship (m / c) and Parliamentary Affairs, Shri Rajiv Pratap Rudy along with Ms. Gail Gago, Minister of employment, higher education & skills (South Australia) along with the Office of the Ministry in the capital. The signatures were dignitaries Mr. Dilip Chenoy, MD & CEO, NSDC; Sra. Mariam Silva, CEO, TAFE SA; and Mr. Amit Tikoo, CEO, Heraud Education & Training (India).
Addressing all stakeholders, Shri Rudy said, "bilateral cooperation between India and Australia is constantly growing cabbage. Our Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri Modi was the first PM in the last fifty years to visit Australia that too the first six months of taking charge. We take this relationship and take it forward in adopting rules transnational training to meet the requirement of skilled labor in both countries. "the minister, at a meeting more detailed tomorrow, will have a stock of standards, qualifications and courses offered by TAFE SA.
Sra. Gail Gago said, "The Australian Government is committed to extend full support to the agenda of the Skilling India. We work since the Kalyani Group in India and are also supporting the Smart Cities project through our collaboration with CISCO where we made a $ 250,000 fund. we will be happy to engage with the Indian government in creating international standard higher education to increase the employability of youth. "
Under the MoU signed NSDC will provide the project with up to 75% financing through loan funding as guidelines NSDC while TAFE SA Heraud and provide capacity and ability of management to run the center. The training for the school will be proposed for Heraud supported by TAFE SA and in consultation with NSDC. All courses will be developed and delivered by TAFE South Australia model to adequately address the industry specific skill gap in India while simultaneously allowing roads and increase the employability of students. The underlying objective of these courses will be run globally recognized skills and provide certification to students, while the production of specialized resources in India. In addition, all studies seek to operate in alignment with the development framework enabled Indian national agencies acting in the space of vocational training in India.
Heraud will be responsible for the organization, provision and management personnel located in India to coordinate between NSDC, TAFE SA and Heraud. More research will be conducted by industry interest and demand tuition down.
Commenting on the association, Dilip Chenoy, MD & CEO, NSDC said "This is another important step in building the capacity of vocational training in the country and make India the ability Capital" of the world. NSDC connect with sector councils the ability to help local industry to participate champion the benefits of training and promoting the proposed school.
Participation of India with Australia in skills development started three years ago. The project has made rapid progress and we now expect a fruitful collaboration with TAFE SA and Heraud to make it a success "
National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) is a unique Public Private Partnership (PPP), with 51 percent equity held by the private sector and the balance 49 per cent by the Union government. Formed in 2010, NSDC is a nonprofit professional career includes 31 sector councils and over 171 skill training partners with over 2500 + training centers spread across 444 districts of the country. NSDC is mandated to skill 150 million Indians Hercules.
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