Vocational Education in India
Pramod Maheshwari, CMD & CEO, Career Point, says it has been selected by NSDC for a period of 10 years
India has decided against giving the compulsory licence for Anglo-Swedish drugmaker AstraZenecas key antidiabetes compound Saxagliptin.
Logistics in India is still far from being able to keep pace with the rapid strides of ecommerce giants and online firms that arrange delivery of goods.
The agreement institutionalises cooperation between the two countries in these areas and aims to promote Swiss vocational and professional education and training internationally.
In a separate reply, he said that NSDC is building research base in the skills domain and has commissioned several district and sector level skill gap studies.
The MoU, signed for five years, is designed to impart skill training in retail programmes to women through an initiative called PRAGATI.
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Aptech, which started as a computer education provider in has since transformed into a career education company.