DCPCR conducted an assessment in over 62 child care institutions
Students the state have got 59 medals at the India Skills Competition 2021 which was held in New Delhi in January 2022.
Besides, the institution which nurtures the gold medal winner will also be provided Rs 5 crore for setting up a Biju Patnaik Centre of Excellence.
The reasons for the competition over the post vary from job security, settling in their hometown to less competition.
In the coming months, nearly 500-plus classmates of theirs will learn the same from these trained students.
DCPCR’s project which has been running since August 2021 aims for better foundational literacy, numeracy skills
The CMC proposal includes setting up of work stations and training centres for the artisans.
Through this programme, ASDC will also enhance its capacity and capabilities in curriculum building, along with faculty training, to meet global standards.
The winners of Skills National Competition 2022 in Delhi will represent India at the WorldSkills Shanghai 2022.
Maharashtra remained at the second spot with 30 medals, while Kerala took the third position with 25 medals.
Those emerging victorious in the India skills-2021 nationals will represent the country at the World Skills competitions to be held in Shanghai of China in October, 2022.
Vasireddy Venkatadri Institute of Technology (VVIT) chairman, Vasireddy Vidya Sagar, and Eduskills CEO Shubhajith Jagadev exchanged an MoU.
He said one of the focus areas of the IndiaSkills is to build technology that will positively impact the lives of the people.
Women of Tarukapalem village become self-sufficient by learning banana fibre craft, tailoring after losing jobs last year
Of the total 21 medals, 12 participants have won gold medals and the remaining nine silver medals.