Making a pool of skilled talent
The partnership with Safeducate will help create skilled manpower for supply chain and logistics industry. The courses offered are not just market driven, but also aspirational for the students.
Safeducate,a part of Safexpress Group, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS).
This remarkable tie-up will help create skilled workforce in the manpower intensive supply chain and logistics industry.
Safeducate has now become the Skill Knowledge Partner (SKP) of TISS and will drive the supply chain skilling revolution in India. The MoU was signed by
Divya Jain, CEO, Safeducate in the presence of TISS Director, S Parasuraman and Deputy Director, Neela Dabir.
On the occasion, Jain said, “Safeducate has been in the field of training and skilling for over seven years now. This partnership with one of India’s foremost education centre will help us get supply chain education to a coveted position, as well as create courses that are not just market driven but also aspirational for the students. We look forward to a brighter career for aspirants in this field by way of a robust vocational education system.”
Parasuraman remarked, “Vocational courses have been designed with a definite vision to improve the lives of disadvantaged and marginalised youth, especially those who are excluded by the formal school education system. TISS SVE (School of Vocational Education) has been set up to create an ecosystem that would bring back the dignity of labour for blue-collar streams of work and create a sustainable source of income for them.”
Parasuraman elaborated, “TISS is leading a skill development revolution through multiple types of interventions in the area of skilling of unemployed and school dropout youth in India. Apart from the regular skilling programmes like short-term certification programmes and skill enhancement programmes, TISS is also launching India’s first undergraduate degree programme in skilling, called Bachelors in Vocational Education (B Voc.).”
Divya Jain CEO Safeducate