1. Overseas jobs: Govt plans 11 training centres

Overseas jobs: Govt plans 11 training centres

The government is planning to set up 11 training centres across the country on a pilot basis to skill workmen looking for jobs overseas, skill development and entrepreneurship minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy said in New Delhi on Tuesday.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: June 8, 2016 8:04 AM

The government is planning to set up 11 training centres across the country on a pilot basis to skill workmen looking for jobs overseas, skill development and entrepreneurship minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy said in New Delhi on Tuesday.

These centres would train mainly drivers, electricians, domestic workers and others, which would help them remain ahead on the employability curve compared with their peers from neighbouring countries such as Bangladesh and Pakistan.

“Depending on the success of these centres, we will go in for more such centres across the country,” the minister said, addressing the media on the completion of two years of his ministry.

These centres will have around 800 seats each per session.

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