Central government set to launch 'Skill India' scheme

Government set to launch 'Skill India' scheme


The government is expected to come up with a revised skill development policy - the 'Skill India' scheme by March next year.

"A multi-skill development programme on mission model for job creation end entrepreneurship for all socio economic classes is being worked out," said minister of state for skill development and entrepreneurship Sarbananda Sonowal at the Indo-German conference on skill development.

He sought cooperation from the German government which runs the successful vocational education and training programme.

German Ambassador Michael Steiner said the new focus on skill development and vocational education and training is set into a broader field of innovation and reforms and strengthening of MSMEs and greater involvement of private sector.

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