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India signs 2 pacts with Germany on skill development

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (right) with German Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel, at Hyderabad House, in New Delhi. Pic: PIB
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (right) with German Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel, at Hyderabad House, in New Delhi. Pic: PIB
India’s ministry of skill development and entrepreneurship has signed two agreements with the German ministry for economic cooperation and development. The first with the German ministry of education and research is for support in skill development and vocational education and training. The second is with Siemens India for dual vocational education training.

The intended cooperation agreements will give special emphasis to enhancing the quality of trainees thus enabling them to gain and apply further technology skills and subsequently help them to find employment in innovative, sustainable sectors and technologies such as renewable energy, e-mobility and energy-efficiency, according to an official release.

The agreements were signed on November 1 in New Delhi. It will support India’s endeavour to establish an innovative system to comprise the cooperation of the public and the private sector, independent structures for quality assurance, examination and certification as well as formulation of national standards and a comprehensive policy.

The quality of vocational training will be raised by means of these measures and by building adequate capacities within companies, training institutes and establishing models for local governance structures, enabling cooperative skill development and vocational training.

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