India’s first World Skill Centre coming up in Odisha’s Bhubaneswar

The India’s first World Skill Centre (WSC) is coming up at a newly constructed 18-storey building in Bhubaneswar.

A state-of-the-art glass and steel facility spanning 5 lakh sq ft including a helipad, WSC will offer youngsters advanced skills in leading sectors including manufacturing and services sector to begin with.

An immersive, experiential learning environment combined with exposure to global industry will be the major differentiators of the skill program offered here. WSC will house a Skill Museum and an advanced facility for training the trainers. ITE Singapore has been identified as the knowledge partner for WSC.

The formal inauguration of WSC will happen in early 2019 when the first course will be rolled out.

“In terms of the vision and its implementation, WSC is unlike anything India has seen so far” Subroto Bagchi, Chairman, Odisha State Skill Development Authority (OSDA) told BusinessLine.

“While our target is to skill 1.1 million youth by 2019, of which we have already skilled 8.5 lakh youth, in a hyper-competitive world it is not enough to be just chasing numbers to be skilled. To truly stand out, we need to build an aspirational brand called ‘Skilled-in-Odisha’ that will be globally known for producing the best carpenters, electricians, plumbers, welders, sewing machine operators, nursing assistants and so on” he said.

India’s first World Skill Centre coming up in Odisha’s Bhubaneswar

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