UK offers training for Hyd youth
The Deputy High Commissioner, United Kingdom (UK) Andrew McAllister met Union Minister for Labour and Employment Bandaru Dattatreya here on Friday....
Hyderabad: The Deputy High Commissioner, United Kingdom (UK) Andrew McAllister met Union Minister for Labour and Employment Bandaru Dattatreya here on Friday. McAllister and Dattatreya had preliminary discussions to train local students and workers in the unorganised sector for employment opportunities around the globe.
“To realise the ‘Make in India’ concept, students from this region, will be trained accordingly to meet the international standards and to integrate the polytechnic and ITI education with the education system of international institutions,” McAllister said. “Being the first UK Deputy High Commissioner for Telangana State, I am interested to know about the development activities in the newly formed state,” he added.
The youth will be trained in National Qualification for Skills-NQS, National Qualification Frame Work by the UK as this will be helpful for their future. “The training will be given in various sectors like hospitality, food processing, fashion designing and information technology. Both governments are working to bring uniformity among various courses offered here, the UK government will assist the local government to prepare the workforce,” McAllister said.