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NE varsities to have skill-based courses

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NEW DELHI, Aug 3 - In a move aimed at boosting the �Skill India Mission�, the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) has signed memorandums of understanding with major universities across the North-east for introducing skill-based training in undergraduate as well as postgraduate programmes of colleges in a phased manner.

The institutes include the Krishna Kanta Handiqui State Open University in Assam, Gauhati University, Dibrugarh University, Tezpur University, Sikkim Manipal University, Tripura University and Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, official sources said.

The courses will be introduced in the second year of undergraduate programmes. Skill-based courses will cover four semesters in the second and third years of undergraduate programmes. The students will be given a choice to select any one skill-based course from the identified sectors, in addition to the regular academic subjects. However, it shall not be mandatory for a student to join such skill development courses. The choice is left to the student.

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NE varsities to have skill-based courses

NEW DELHI, Aug 3 - In a move aimed at boosting the �Skill India Mission�, the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) has signed memorandums of understanding with major universities across the North-east for introducing skill-based training in undergraduate as well as postgraduate programmes of colleges in a phased manner.

The institutes include the Krishna Kanta Handiqui State Open University in Assam, Gauhati University, Dibrugarh University, Tezpur University, Sikkim Manipal University, Tripura University and Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, official sources said.

The courses will be introduced in the second year of undergraduate programmes. Skill-based courses will cover four semesters in the second and third years of undergraduate programmes. The students will be given a choice to select any one skill-based course from the identified sectors, in addition to the regular academic subjects. However, it shall not be mandatory for a student to join such skill development courses. The choice is left to the student.