Over 2,200 J&K youth getting trained under ‘Project Udaan’

| Updated on: Dec 16, 2013

Over 2,200 youth from Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) are getting trained by 29 corporates across the country, thanks to Project Udaan.

The project, an initiative of the Prime Minister, the National Skills Development Corporation and the Ministry of Home Affairs and industry, was started with the aim of providing skills to 40,000 youth over a period of five years, according to an NSDC release.

Sanjeev Garg, Global Head (Customer Care, Commercial Vehicles), Tata Motors, said, “We have already conducted two selection drives, wherein we selected 56 Udaan candidates from round one, who are already getting training at Amity Noida and NITTTR Bhopal.” 

The project targets the youth of J&K, graduates, post-graduates and three-year engineering diploma holders, who are seeking global and local opportunities.

Published on December 16, 2013

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