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Skill Development Corporation and CRISP to jointly train tribal youth

Saturday - May 14, 2022 12:25 am , Category : BHOPAL


Contract signed in the presence of CM Chouhan and B.L. Santosh
 
Bhopal 13 May 2022: The MoU (Letter of Agreement) between CRISP and NSDC was signed today in the presence of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and National Organizing General Secretary B.L. Santosh. Under this MoU, technical training will be provided to rural tribal youth. The institutes will work together in the field of research. In this contract, rural tribal technical training will be provided under Parliamentary Complex Project in collaboration with CRISP, Yuva Vikas Society and NSDC. The MoU was signed by Vedmani Tiwari, Chief Executive Officer, NSDC (National Skill Development Corporation), Government of India and Dr. Srikant Patil, MD, CRISP. Michael Thomas Wolff, German representative of CRISP Institute was present. The MoU was also signed with CRISP and Nation First Policy Research Center, New Delhi. The MoU was signed by Dr. Patil, MD CRISP and Uday Bhaskar, Director, Nation First Policy Research Centre.

Contract focuses on welfare of Atmanirbhar Madhya Pradesh and youth

CRISP and NSDC (National Skill Development Corporation) will have a strategic partnership in the contract. With this, the sustainable objectives of Atmanirbhar Madhya Pradesh will be fulfilled. Rural entrepreneur project will be implemented in Madhya Pradesh with the cooperation of NSDC, in which training will be given by selecting beneficiaries from 22 thousand 811 panchayats. These will be linked to self-employment. Getting employment in their own area will stop the tendency of migration of rural youth.

Youth will be given technical and futuristic training in collaboration with NSDC, which will be useful in future for work in the areas of skill. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and senior leader B.L. Santosh congratulated both the organizations on the occasion of signing of the contract. Chief Minister Chouhan and Santosh also sought information about the activities of CRISP. Hitanand Sharma and Principal Secretary Technical Education and Skill Development Akash Tripathi were also present – Window to News
 

 

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