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Within the state of Karnataka, Schneider Electric trains 3,375 youth every year across 45 skill development centres, including 16 women ITIs, according to a statement.
The company also operates a Centre of Excellence (COE) in Bengaluru, established in partnership with Karnataka Skill Ministry and Ministry of Education, France. In this COE, training is provided to trainers from ITI, Polytechnic Institutes in Karnataka, and other states.
Deepak Sharma, Zone President – Greater India and MD & CEO, Schneider Electric India, said, “Schneider Electric India Foundation is committed to bridging the skilling gap in the field of electrical and energy management, and sustainability. I am elated to meet the leadership and the students at Govt ITI, Belavadi wherein we are currently providing the latest technology & infrastructure support.”
“I am committed to improve the gender diversity in these fields, hence we have announced plans to hire ~ 200 women ITI pass out students of Electrician & Electronics stream every year for Schneider Electric Mysuru Campus. This will make them economically stronger in the society…
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