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AP Signs MoU with TISS To Increase Employability

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Visakhapatnam , Andhra Pradesh: The Andhra Pradesh government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), to increase the employability status of AP University students. 

The MoU envisages implementation of programme activities of 'Andhra Pradesh University Students Employability Skill Development Programme,' a flagship initiative of the state government. The MoU was signed in Visakhapatnam yesterday on the occasion of Teacher's Day, in presence of Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu and Minister for HRD Ganta Srinivas Rao, an official release said.

"We aim to transform Andhra Pradesh state into a knowledge hub by providing quality education and giving opportunities for students to develop employability skills among the Universities and Colleges in the state," Naidu said.

The MoU involves strategic partnerships with civil society organisations, public sector bodies, private sector institutions and social entrepreneurship organisations, etc., to complement the efforts of the AP State Knowledge Mission, and accelerate its progress for achievement of the Mission objectives, it added.

AP Signs MoU with TISS To Increase Employability

TISS has been designated for the implementation of National University Student Skill Development Programme (NUSSD), which aims to enhance employability skills of university students. Currently, it is being implemented across 11 universities in India.

A comprehensive skill development model has been developed that will have elements of English communication and soft skill, digital/computer skills, analytical skills, financial literacy, legal literacy, entrepreneurship, leadership development. The model will also add on a specialisation in a specific domain to make the graduating youth employable, it said.

The programme will be carried out through Jawahar Knowledge Centres (JKC) across the state and will also include some of the best courses and practises from National University Students Skill Development Programme.

Inputs from PTI

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