New Delhi, March 3: Indian start-up Technovations Services has collaborated with BRICS Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BRICS CCI) for Skill India — to enhance skills and employability of educated youth in the country, an official statement said on Thursday.
“We believe this initiative will also prove as one of the best practice for the ‘Skilling India’ concept which is also a major focus for the government right now,” said the start-up’s CEO Neetu Kishore.
According to the statement, the IT skills training company will provide a skill development platform to engineering and management students to get trained and work on tools and technologies being used in the industry, and get prepared for working in a competitive professional environment.
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