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MSDE distributes Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) certificates to candidates

Union Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) announced and distributed Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) certificates to 500 candidates to boost their morale. About Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Program Recognition of Prior Learning certificates: The certified candidates are trained as well as assessed on their skill set under Recognition of prior Learning program ..

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MSDE, IBM jointly launches Skills Build platform

The Union Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (MSDE) has launched the Skills Build platform in collaboration with IBM, an American multinational IT (information technology) company. About Skills Build platform SkillsBuild offers digital learning content from IBM and partners like CodeDoor, Skillsoft and Coorpacademy. The programme offers a 2-year advanced diploma in IT, networking and ..

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Foundation Stone for Indian Institute of Skills (IIS) laid In Mumbai

Union Minister of state for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) Mahendra Nath Pandey laid the foundation stone for Indian Institute of Skills (IIS) at Mumbai, Maharashtra. The concept of IIS was envisaged by Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he had visited Vocational Education and Training Centre in Singapore. Union Cabinet had given its nod 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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Centre to remove Minimum Education requirement for Transport Drivers

The Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has decided to remove requirement of minimum educational qualification (class 8th pass) for transport vehicle drivers in country. Key Highlights Background: Currently, as per the Central Motor Vehicle Rules, 1989, a transport vehicle driver must need to have passed Class VIII. Initially, Haryana state government had ..

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