Mondelez India, NSDC Partner to Train 660 Youth

The objective of the partnership is to bridge the skills gap that exists among India’s youth

Mondelez India, known for snacking brands such as Cadbury’s, Bournvita, Oreo, 5 Star and many others, has partnered with the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) to ensure that the youth of India are able to develop their skills. According to the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed with NSDC, phase 1 of the partnership will empower 660 youth across six  job roles in the districts of Bhind (Madhya Pradesh) and Pune (Maharashtra). This partnership will help Mondelez further build on its commitment to communities via the Shubh Aarambh programme.

The programme  will offer Short Term Training (STT) using Qualification Pack (QP) led training modules, specifically designed for jobs in IT-ITeS, management, logistics, and tourism & hospitality sectors. It will impart training in soft skills, and offer skill orientation on respective job roles, tools and work methodology, followed by assessment, certification and linking to employment opportunities. The sessions will be tailored to the local context and aligned with the needs of the youth in the identified locations of Bhind and Pune.

Source: HR Katha

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