In accordance with a report issued by Press Trust of India, Manish Sisodia announced admission to courses in six new world-class skill centres in Delhi.
Stressing on government's skill development policy, Mr. Sisodia said that skill training is the need of the present day. One needs specific skill training according to the job being performed. It will provide opportunities to skill-based education and self employment. Every person has the right to get the best training to develop his or her skill.
Manish Sisodia said a total of 25 such skill centres will be set up in Delhi, 19 of which will be made functional in August.
The Institute of Basic Business Studies will be beginning admissions to courses in retail services, hospitality operations and finance executive. The Integrated Institute Of Technology, Dwarka will be beginning admissions for the courses of beauty and wellness consultant, computer system operator and hospitality operations. The Delhi Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research University will be beginning admissions to courses of beauty and wellness consultant, sports fitness and yoga application and sports digitisation and performance management.
The skill institute in Wazirpur will be beginning admissions to courses on food production and finance executive, while the centre in Jhandewalan will offer admission on courses in retail services and food production. The RIT Rajokri will be offering a course to train computer system operators.
The remaining 19 WCSCs at Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Shakarpur, Aryabhatt Institute Of Technology, Ashok Vihar, Bhai Parmanand Institute, Shakarpur, ITI Narela, Netaji Subhash University of Technology, Dwarka will also be made functional by August this year. Renovation and construction work at these WCSCs is currently underway.
Having a skill means youth is standing on his feet with a professional approach,” the minister added. He also said that entrepreneurship is also included as a skill so that the skill centres can give rise to job givers rather than job seekers.
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