JKSDM organises 3-day international industry collaboration programme

In order to understand the challenges and opportunities in skill development, employment generation, entrepreneurship development and to strengthen skill-entrepreneurship ecosystem in the state, an International Industry Collaboration program commenced on Thursday at Srinagar.
JKSDM organises 3-day international industry collaboration programme
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In order to understand the challenges and opportunities in skill development, employment generation, entrepreneurship development and to strengthen skill-entrepreneurship ecosystem in the state, an International Industry Collaboration program commenced on Thursday at Srinagar.

According to an official spokesperson, the three-day consultative programme is being organised by J&K Skill Development Mission in collaboration with BRIDGE Institute. During the program seven international industry experts will hold consultative sessions and interact with government officials of various skill implementing departments and other skill and entrepreneurship development stakeholders.

The experts include Chairman Hong Kong Management Association, Anthony Rushton, Head of Worldwide Development at Pfizer (USA), Dr Declan Doogan, Communication & Engagement Specialist (United Kingdom), Nicola Gilchrist, Co-Founder Climate Group (USA), Jim Walker, Global Capability Director, BRIDGE (United Kingdom), Jane Sassiene, Leader for Social Innovation for Ashoka (India) Shashi Kumar Velath and Director BRIDGE, Asia Pacific, Singapore Simon Mckenzie.

"As part of J&K Skill Development Mission's efforts to build capacities of entrepreneurs, connect training providers with corporate houses for placement of trainees, fostering linkages and strengthening coordination between skill and entrepreneurship development agencies/departments, we are organising this consultative program with various skill and entrepreneurship stakeholders," said an official of JKSDM. 

This program involves meetings and consultations with around 12 government officials, 35 entrepreneurs, 12 local industrialists/trade union leaders, PMKVY skill training providers and other local experts.

"In this program, we are bringing together international business experts with the skill and entrepreneurship development experts of J&K to identify new ideas that will help in job creation in the region", said Simon McKenzie, Director, BRIDGE Institute.

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