In order for unemployed youth to prepare for their jobs, Samsung India has decided to expand its technical training school with MSME to other locations and will set up two centers in Bengaluru and Jamshedpur.
A total of 10 centers have been set up, and Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed to renew cooperation with the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) to establish more centers in the next three years.
“Samsung is a valuable partner in the Skill India project, and we hope the company will build more youth centers and trainers,” said Minister of MSME Kalraj Mishra.
Mishra, as well as the Minister of food processing, Harsimrat Kaur Badal, highly appreciated Samsung’s efforts to support the education of girls-children, as well as training in technical training.
Speaking about this, Samsung Southwest Asia H C Hong stated that about 2000 young people were trained in these centers, 70% of them were employed in the workplace, the rest were self-employed.
He also announced that a technical MSME-Samsung scholarship of up to Rs. 20,000 will be provided to thousands of girls and people with different backgrounds who successfully completed the basic course. An award-winning program for the insurers was established.
Samsung Technical School, part of Samsung’s civil initiative, was launched in 2013 and aims to support the government’s vision of making India a global manufacturing center, drawing attention to the need for a talented workforce with hands-on know-how and relevant industry experience.