Malla Reddy launches Skill India initiative at Secunderabad

Malla Reddy launches Skill India initiative at Secunderabad
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Media & Entertainment Skills Council, a a part of Skill India Initiative, on Wednesday launched Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) through the hands of. Ch. Malla Reddy, Minister for Employment, Women and Child Development. Media & Entertainment Skills Council (MESC) is promoted by Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) with the financial support from National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC).

Secunderabad: Media & Entertainment Skills Council, a a part of Skill India Initiative, on Wednesday launched Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) through the hands of. Ch. Malla Reddy, Minister for Employment, Women and Child Development. Media & Entertainment Skills Council (MESC) is promoted by Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) with the financial support from National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC).

The Minister said, "I strongly believe that these steps are very much necessary to skill up the individuals working in media sector, enabling greater employment opportunities who learn on their jobs with no formal education. Moreover, there is a dire need to empower industry to global standards, which is possible only with internationally acceptable levels of assessment and certification."

Pratibha Pulijala, Adviser - South Region, Media & Entertainment Skills Council, reiterating the importance of the certification says, "This is one of the biggest skill development programmes in the country giving away the most prestigious and credible certification enabling the beneficiaries to avail identity and getting recognised as formal professionals. This Certification was executed by her in all six states starting from Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Kerala in media and entertainment skills from films to television to photography to graphics, animations to print media. The workshops of MESC covers 65 job roles."

Pratibha Pulijala will lead the programme, which is conducted free for participants on December 18-19 at Lions Bhavan at Paradise Circle. This free programme will be conducted for dancers, actors, script writers, sound editors, digital marketing managers, community journalists, graphic designers etc. People who get trained in the programme will get a Government recognized certificate, Rs 500 as reward money, and Rs 2 lakh accidental insurance. Interested can contact Pratibha Pulijala on 8555804027.

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