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Rajasthan Skills & Livelihoods Development Corporation signs MoU with ICFE Skills Solutions

India Blooms News Service | | 15 Nov 2016, 08:33 pm
Rajasthan Skills & Livelihoods Development Corporation signs MoU with ICFE Skills Solutions

As per the MoU, RSLDC (Rajasthan Skills & Livelihoods Development Corporation) Govt. of Rajasthan will extend its support to ICFE Skills Solutions in setting up independent state-of-the-art skill centres at major cities including Jaipur and Ajmer.

The organization would setup centres of distinction to impart training and a total number of 650 students would be trained under this project in Retail and Accounting.

Retail and Accounting are one of the prospective sectors in Rajasthan and there is a huge demand for a skilled workforce in these key growth sectors.

ICFE has taken this great initiative to enhance the skill capacity of the youth in the state.

Through a unique learning process, the organization provides affordable skill training, working diligently to fill the skill gap and meet the industry demand of trained professionals.

The preeminent organization delivers high quality content supported by extensive research and have established a strong presence in over 10 states, with 85 Skill development centers and smart classes in over 100 school campuses.

So far, the company has accomplished skilling nearly 1 lakh across India and through this partnership with the Govt. of Rajasthan, ICFE- along with RISE INDIA, aim to effectively provide training to candidates across the state.

Shweta Sharma, COO, ICFE said, “This is a proud moment for ICFE.. There is immense need for skilled professionals in Rajasthan and we believe this alliance will augment development in the education and training sector in the country, alongside, bridge the sill gap to meet the industry demand.”

“Through our effective skill training and development courses, we intend to empower the youth across cities and towns, to further cement their future in sectors such as Retail and Accounting,” said she.

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