The goal of today’s Odisha Skill Conclave was to lay forth a plan for the state to emerge as a global leader in the skilling industry. Sessions on reducing the gender gap, the value of apprenticeship and internship programs, and the necessity of workforce diversity took place on the second day of the event. Making India the Skill Capital of the World: Facilitating the Development of an Internationally Benchmarked Indian Workforce, International Internships, and the Role of International Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Providers were the topics discussed in the day’s opening session.
“Odisha is the rising land of skilling in India, the skill capital of India, and the aspirant skill capital of the world,” stated Sanjay Kumar Singh, Principal Secretary, Rural Development Department, Government of Odisha. We are proud of the state’s robust skilling environment and the manner it has achieved international recognition. It is a life-changing effort for both people and society, and we have been able to build it via strategic planning. Future success will depend heavily on diversification, therefore we work to make sure young people in Odisha have access to it.
Every woman or girl has the right to be empowered to ambition and accomplish their goals, according to Sujata R. Karthikeyan, Commissioner-Secretary, Department of Mission Shakti, Government of Odisha. The government’s policy places a premium on gender and empowerment as well as gender and talent. We shall work to make sure that Mission Shakti allows us to empower the state’s women.
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