News: Private players to make ITI students industry ready

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Private players to make ITI students industry ready

In accordance with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's emphasis on skill development, the Delhi government has roped in some companies under Public-Private Partnership (PPP) mode to upgrade the infrastructure of nine Industrial Training Institutes (ITI) and to make students industry ready. "Keeping in mind that skill development is the need of the hour the government has signed MoAs (Memorandum of Agreements) with few private automobile and electronics companies like Samsung who will impart the necessary training to the students apart from upgrading the facilities of the ITIs," Principal Secretary (Education) Anindo Majumdar said.

In accordance with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's emphasis on skill development, the Delhi government has roped in some companies under Public-Private Partnership (PPP) mode to upgrade the infrastructure of nine Industrial Training Institutes (ITI) and to make students industry ready. "Keeping in mind that skill development is the need of the hour the government has signed MoAs (Memorandum of Agreements) with few private automobile and electronics companies like Samsung who will impart the necessary training to the students apart from upgrading the facilities of the ITIs," Principal Secretary (Education) Anindo Majumdar said.

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