FLO signed MoU with NSDC to create employability and promote entrepreneurship

Empowering women through Skill Training in order to enhance their employability and promote entrepreneurship, FLO, the Women’s Wing of FICCI signed an MoU with National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). This MoU will be under the auspices of the FLO’s 3Cs initiative.

With a primary focus on sustainable livelihood generation for women, the collaboration between the two organizations will work towards supporting short-term training of women in various sectors such as healthcare, tourism and hospitality among others; and will aid with domestic and overseas placements.

Dr. Manish Kumar, MD & CEO, NSDC said, “Increase of women participation in the workforce is a key element to the overall development of our country. Under Skill India Mission, we are committed to empowering women workforce through gender mainstreaming of skills and providing them with opportunities to become self-reliant. This alliance will strengthen our efforts to enable better employability and livelihood opportunities for women by imparting market-relevant skill training for various job roles in India and even globally.”

Ms. Jahnabi Phookan, National President, FLO said, “For an Atmanirbhar Bharat, it is important to take the women along. This is the need for the hour and as a business chamber working towards the goal of inclusive growth, our focus is on the role of women in reviving the economy and making India self-reliant. 

FLO will be the facilitator in the process and will connect women with the relevant stakeholders, from training in specific verticals for enhancing their livelihood opportunities, increasing their self-awareness as equal partners in the nation’s growth and working towards their economic empowerment.”

National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) is committed to promoting skill development by catalyzing creation of large, quality and for-profit vocational institutions. A unique public-private-partnership entity, NSDC engages a gamut of stakeholders including industry bodies, corporates, academicians, and Central & State governments to raise employability of workforce through vocational training, digital learning and soft skills. Through direct interventions and partnerships, it enables an ecosystem focusing on quality assurance, technology, capacity-building, gender mainstreaming and convergence in skill development.

 

Source: Indiaeducationdiary