Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Government of India signed a $150 million LoanAgreement in New Delhi todayto establish a Global Skills Park (GSP) in Madhya Pradesh, the First Multi-Skills Park in India, to enhance the quality of Technical and Vocational Education And Training (TVET) System in the State and create a more skilled workforce.
The new GSP campus, which will be established in Bhopal will consist of core Advanced Training Institutes including the Center for Occupational Skills Acquisition and the Center for Advanced Agricultural Training as well as other support services focusing on entrepreneurship, training of trainers, and skill-related research. The campus will have training facilities focusing on skills for manufacturing, service, and advanced agricultural jobs, benefitting about 20,000 trainees and trainers. The Project will also help in modernizing 10 industrial training institutes across the state by renovating training infrastructure and upgrading skills courses to align with industry and market needs.
The objective of the Global Skill Park is to prepare skilled youths who could get jobs in private companies as per their requirements. Besides , the youth will be able to get employment opportuities in foreign countries.Thus the skill park will function on the spirit of 'With industry - For industry'.
The park will have capacity to impart skill training to 1000 students every year by trainers of iternational standard. The courses conducted for skill training at the park will also have provision of international joint certification.
The park will have capacity to impart skill training to 1000 students every year by trainers of international standard. The courses conducted for skil...