TCCS to Impart Telecom Training to 80,000 Youths
TSSC would impart telecom training to 80,000 youths across the country over the next 18 months and help infuse
` 80 crore government support for skill development in telecom domain under the recently launched National Skill Cer tification and Monetary ( STAR) Scheme.
In a bid to promote skills development for the telecom sector, the Telecom Sector Skill Council (TSSC) in partnership with World Trade Center Bangalore, Cisco, ITI, and UTL, has organized the Skills Conclave on April 7 in Bangalore.
TSSC envisages to skill five mn people by the year 2022.
TSSC is an industry led body jointly promoted by The Cellular Operators Association of India ( COAI), Indian Cellular Association ( ICA), Telecom Centres of Excellence ( TCOE) with Governing body Members including DEITY, IIM and NSDC.
The event was addressed by Aravind Sitaraman, President, Inclusive Growth, Cisco, K L Dhingra, CMD, ITI , Dr C Rao Kasarabada, Group Chairman, UTL, Balaram Menon, President, World Trade Center Bangalore, Dr Bose K Nair, Vice- President, World Trade Center, Bangalore.
TSSC signed four Industry MoUs for the promotion of Skills Development.