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August 29, 2019 Thursday 10:28:05 PM IST

Three Indian Youths Selected for Skill Development in Japan

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Three young Indians have been selected for an internship program in the Japanese city of Nagoya for a three-year programme under the aegis of ASSOCHAM, National Skill Development Corporation and NEC Japanese Language Academy.
Mr Kannan Sangeeth Krishna (Kerala), Mr. Sivanpillai Shyju (Kerala), Mr. Nage Vijay Rameshwar (Maharashtra) chosen under the Indo-Japan Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) were felicitated  at the ASSOCHAM headequarters in the presence of senior officials of the chamber,  NSDC and NJLA.  These interns would be joining a leading Japanese firm in the city of Nagoya, a manufacturing and shipping hub for three a three year programme.  
''It is a matter of great satisfaction for us to have partnered in this programme of skill upgradation, taking it truly to a global scale. The excitement is palpable on the faces of these youngsters who would prove to be a great human resource both for India and Japan, " said ASSOCHAM Deputy Secretary General Mr Saurabh Sanyal. 
Even before their departure for Japan,  the candidates received training for Japanese language for six months and were additionally oriented towards the customs and tradition of Japanese. 
The TITP is a  3-5 Years Internship Programme  for providing skill upgradation in different fields including  Agriculture, Fishery, Construction, Food Manufacturing, Textiles, Machinery & Metals, Care Workers (Nursing) etc.

 



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