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CEOs Laud Centurion


The CEOs of 30
Sector Skill Councils (SSCs) visited Centurion University on the 18-19 February to study the skills training and development model adopted by the University? in partnership with DDU-GYK, NSDC, and many other leading global industries. 

 
The National Skill Development Corporation India (NSDC) is a one of its kind, Public Private Partnership in India. It aims to promote skill development by catalysing creation of large, quality, for-profit vocational institutions. It provides funding to build scalable, for-profit vocational training initiatives.
 
NSDC along with the support of its 37 Sector Skill Councils and 211 training partners has been able to create a successful model for the country which is being evaluated periodically for improvement and effectiveness. NSDC is aggressively looking at meeting its target in the mentioned time period.
 
Centurion University headed by the President of the University, Prof Mukti Mishra, Managing Director Gram Tarang, Mr AbhinavMadan and other senior management welcomed the delegation on the Campus.
 
Commenting on the occasion, the President said, “Centurion University is greatly honoured to host the CEO’s of Sector Skill Council on its Campus. We are gratified that our efforts to integrate skills in higher education while ensuring skill with substance, scale with sustainability and speed with stability have started bearing fruits. We are striving to ensure that appropriate and relevant of education is imparted, so students and trainees acquire the necessary competency, ability, dexterity and capacity to be productive citizens of the country. We will continue our humble endeavour to link education to ‘employability, employment and entrepreneurship’, which in turn will contribute to a better tomorrow for the youth of India.”
 
The distinguished guests appreciated Gram Tarang for their laudable work in the skill training.The guests strongly commended the University for creating a unique, yet replicable and scalable model of employment-linked skill development programs.
 
NSDC is also working closely with Government of India, to provide an impetus to the skilling mission. The PMKVY (Pradhan MantriKaushalVikasYojna) scheme which provides monetary reward to candidates for undergoing skills training is one such initiative.


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