ESSCI launches new skill for training 1000 candidates under the MeitY scheme

Noida: The Electronics Sector Skills Council of India-ESSCI, the prime skilling body for skill development under the National Skill Qualification Framework- NSQF for electronics inaugurated the World class Skill development Centre at Dixon Technologies, Noida to offer full-time skill training courses to 1000 students under schemes for skill development in Electronics System Design and Manufacturing (ESDM) of the Ministry of Electronics & IT (MeitY) Government of India

Dixon Technology is a PLI beneficiary company under the Performance Linked Incentive-PLI scheme of the Ministry of Electronics & IT (MeitY) Government of India. Through this initiative, Government of India is helping the industries to scale up their manufacturing capacities as well as support industry in developing skilled manpower for its production requirements. After the training of the candidates, they will get the skill certification by the Electronics Sector Skill Council of India (ESSCI).

The Senior official of the ESSCI in charge of the project said: “Trainees will be trained under ‘Place and Train’ model at Dixon Technologies. This model is very innovative as there is placement assurance along with on job training for the candidates.”

Representative from the Ministry of Electronics & IT (MeitY) stated that, this is one of its kind initiatives where the Government, Industry, Sector Skill Council and Training Partner are working as a team to achieve quality Training and Placement of the candidate and also caters the industry requirement for Skilled Manpower.

The event witnessed the presence of Senior representatives of the HRD, IPHW Divisions of Ministry of Electronics & IT (MeitY), IFCI Ltd. (PMA for PLI), Dixon Technologies, Electronic Sector Skill Council of India (ESSCI), Focal Skill (Training Partner) and other PLI applicant industries.

Dixon Technologies representative said that the Schemes for Skill Development in ESDM Sector will be highly beneficial for the industry and all support will be provided by the industry to make this Scheme a success.

 

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