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Karnataka State Government to sign MoU with German Govt for ITI students

Jan 29, 2015 12:14 IST

    The Government of Karnataka is all set to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the German Government to train students of the Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) in the state. This would enable the students to develop their multi-disciplinary skills and get prone to the job market.

    The Labour Minister of Karnataka, P T Parameshwar Naik said that the first round of discussions regarding the MoU has been done and the authorities are soon to finalize all the required documentations for the understanding.

    He said while talking to the reporters, “Our government has been according importance to the youth to ensure that they do not remain unemployed after passing out from it is.”

    The government will set up four skill development centres around the state in the four revenue divisions. These centres would help the students to hone their skills during their years in the institutes. The understanding is aimed at giving job opportunities to the students after they finish their courses, to reduce unemployment.

    Important Points

    • State Government of Karnataka is all set to sign MoU with the German Government to train ITI students
    • This would enable the students to develop their multi-disciplinary skills and get prone to the job market
    • The government will set up four skill development centres around the state in the four revenue divisions to reduce unemployment.

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