Country’s first Skill India Center started in Sambalpur, Odisha

Country’s first Skill India Center started in Sambalpur, Odisha

Union Minister of Education and Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Shri Dharmendra Pradhan inaugurated the country's first Skill India Center (SIC) in Sambalpur, Odisha yesterday. Dignitaries were present at the event. Addressing the youth at the inauguration, he said that by leading skill training programs in new age job roles, the skill-set of the Amrit generation will be upgraded in demand-driven industries and the aim of this center is to provide 1200+ More students will have to be empowered.

He also said that India needs a skilled and competent workforce to carry forward its development journey in the 21st century. He highlighted that new age and future skills, skilled and competent workforce are available at very high prices in the global markets and realizing this, there is a need to democratize access to quality education and establish a level playing field for the aspiring youth. has been imagined. He also said that the introduction of low-cost courses at the center will empower the youth on a large scale and make them part of the emerging job market.

The bright, enthusiastic and determined youth of Sambalpur have immense potential which will be harnessed through skill development and vocational training initiatives focused on enhancing their employability and employability in the domestic and international markets. The implementation of these establishments will revolutionize the skills landscape in India, providing better access, personalized learning experiences and better career guidance. This will enable learners to acquire relevant skills, stay updated with industry trends and contribute effectively to India's workforce development.


Pavita Jones