National Skill Development Corporation Current Affairs, GK & News

Joint collaboration of IBM and NSDC to offer free training on Digital skills

New York based tech giant IBM tied up with National Skill Development Corporation to provide a free digital education platform based on emerging technologies and professional development skills. Key Highlights IBM is going to compose more than thirty online courses with over 60 hours of learning from the Open P-Tech platform in emerging technologies like ..

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Airtel Payments Bank and NSDC Come Together to Skill Rural Youth

The National Skill Development Corporation has signed a partnership agreement with Airtel Payments Bank in order to arrange for skill-based training to the youth in the rural areas. The focus will be on enabling them to find suitable opportunities for employment in the financial services industry. It has been forged in order to bring together ..

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National Skill Development Corporation and Microsoft sign agreements to empower Indian Youth

On July 8, 2020, the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) and Microsoft signed an agreement to provide digital skills to around 1 lakh Indian youths in the next 1 year. Highlights The partnership aims to transform India into a skilled nation. Under the partnership programme, Microsoft will collaborate with NSDC to provide free access to ..

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2019 edition of World Youth Skills Day (WYSD)

The World Youth Skills Day (WYSD) is observed every year on 15th of July to generate awareness and discussion about skill development for the youths to have a better livelihood. The 2019 theme is “Learning to learn for life and work”. This year, the world’s leading short video platform ‘TikTok’ and National Skill Development Corporation ..

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Anil Manibhai Naik current chief of National Skill Development Corporation

The ‘WorldSkills India’s International Cloud Computing Challenge 2019’ will be organized by NASSCOM in partnership with the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). Ten countries including India are participating in the competition, along with New Zealand, Belgium, Japan, China, South Korea, Russia, Oman and Ireland. The finalists would further compete in the 45th “WorldSkills International Competition ..

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