Sattvik Council of India announced Sattvik Quality Management Certification course (SQMC) in collaboration with SVSU for IRCTC

New Delhi: On the eve of 3rd Foundation Day of Shri Vishwakarma Skill University (SVSU), Sattvik Council of India, in collaboration with SVSU, has announced 6 month long Sattvik Quality Management certification Course (SQMC) for IRCTC in the presence of Hon’ble Chief Minister of Haryana Shri. Manohar Lal Khattar.

The main objective of this course is to help enhance the skill of the youth and to help provide them with a means of generating disposable income. This course is coupled with an additional 1 month rider module to create a skilled and prepared workforce for the IRCTC.

This will not just help create new job opportunities for the youth, but will also help impact the employment rate by 60%. The completion of this course will bring forth a new range of skill sets for students who will be eligible to take on the roles of auditors, trainers and marketing professionals.

On the occasion, Mr. Abhishek Biswas, Founder at Sattvik Council of India said, “Generating skill workforce and creating new job opportunities have been a crucial part of SCI vision. Collaboration with Shri. Vishwakarma Skill University and launching the Sattvik Quality Management Certification course (SQMC) is an effort to connect education policy with food safety and certification industry to promote Sattvik Vegetarian/vegan certification. Our goal is to generate 1 lac certified skilled resources in India in the area of food safety Vegetarian/vegan compliance by 2025. This course will help to increase the probability of job opportunities by 60% for a student”.

Dr. Jyoti Rana – Dean, Faculty of Management Studies said, “We are happy to be associated with Sattvik Council of India, to bring forward skilled resources in the spectrum of Vegetarian food safety and assurance systems. World is witnessing a major shift towards Vegetarianism and Veganism and this initiative will enhance the employment opportunity for the youth of Haryana.”

 

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