in      
Reserved Area

News Bangalore Province (INK)

CHANGE TEXT A A A
Join 360° view forum
Join 360° view forum
 
Previous  |  Next
Printable View Print News   Mail to Friend Mail to Friend  Comment on News Mail to KOONAN Thomas

DB Tech Bangalore Joins Hands with Karnataka Govt. in Skills Qualification


By Jeeson Nelluvelil SDB
Inauguration of NSQF in Bangalore
View actual size | Download Photo
Bangalore, Oct. 3. DB Tech Bangalore has been selected as a Vocational Training Provider in the Automotive sector in 57 Govt. Composite Pre-University colleges in Karnataka under the National Skills Qualification Framework Scheme Project (NSQF).
The Inauguration of the National Skills Qualification Framework Scheme Project (NSQF) was held on 26 September at Sikshara Sadana, Bangalore. This project is aimed at introducing vocational and skill training from Class IX up to Class XII in 100 Composite Government Pre-University Colleges in Karnataka with the goal to make the students employable when they complete secondary education.

The Project is jointly funded by the Central Government and the State Government. This program establishes a system of clear educational pathways from school to higher education while providing certification of vocational skills to the successful students.

This innovative attempt by the Govt. of Karnataka was inaugurated by Sri Kimmane Ratnakara, Honourable Minister for Primary & Secondary Education, Govt of Karnataka, in the presence of Mr. R.V. Venkatesh MLC, Chief whip of the Opposition in the Legislative Council, Shri Adoni Syed Saleem, State Project Director for SSA & RMSA, and other government officials. The program was attended by Principals, Headmasters of 100 schools, VTP partners, the domain instructors, etc.

Mr. CV Puroshatham, Special Officer for NSQF Project for Karnataka, in his keynote address enumerated the scope and goal of the project.  Speaking on the occasion the Honourable Minister reminded the gathering about the far-sighted vision of Gandhiji in which he advocated the introduction of craft in schools for creative self expression, practical work and learning by doing. He wanted children to develop a scientific outlook.

The inaugural session was followed by a motivational class for the teachers by Mr. Arunkumar Khannur and orientation about the project to the teachers.

The Govt. has chosen five domains for skill training to be introduced in these schools. DB Tech has been selected as a Vocational Training Provider in the Automotive sector in 57 Govt. Composite pre-University colleges in Karnataka.

On the occasion Fr. Jeeson Nelluvelil, Regional Co-ordinator of DB Tech, honoured the Minister with a bouquet as a sign of collaboration and partnership with the Govt. of Karnataka to implement this program. DB Tech sees this venture as a great privilege and opportunity to reach out to thousands of youngsters in Karnataka.
Previous  |  Next
CHANGE TEXT A A A

Comments





Post a Comment

More News in BOSCO TRAINING

E-Oratory connects slum children, plans all India network
New Shillong Province Development Office Building Inaugurated
Don Bosco Tech India Raises Concerns about NCVT & Offers Suggestions for Curriculum Development
National Web Conference on `Catholic Education in COVID Era & Beyond` by CBCI (Office for Education & Culture) & DBHEI (Don Bosco Higher Education India Network)
Don Bosco Technical Insitute Okhla-New Delhi Crowned `Best Vocational Training Institute` in Delhi
Rate this
Current Rating
3.0
Contact via Email
 
Write Your email text message below.
Your email id:
Subject: Comments on 'DB Tech Bangalore Joins Hands with Karnataka Govt. in Skills Qualification' - Source: BIS South Asia
Comments:
Security Code:
Enter Security Code:  



BIS is the information service of the Salesians of Don Bosco in South Asia.
The information available on the site is posted by the online registered Salesians in the South Asia Region and are approved by their respective Province BIS Coordinators.


This site is best viewed with Mozilla Firefox and/or Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 + at a minimum screen resolution of 1024 x 768


NEWS SEARCH
Search
Province
Classification


News Subscription
  
 
RSS Feeds RSS Feeds


Classification :
BOSCO TRAINING