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GE partners with Ministry of Skill Development to give boost to Skill India Mission; Sources skilled workers for its Greenfield manufacturing base in Bihar

Today:- New Delhi,June – General Electric (GE) in partnership with Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) technicians from Bihar itself, in line with its Greenfield manufacturing base being set up in Marhaura (Bihar), service facilities in Roza (UP) and Gandhidham (Gujarat). launched as a part of PM’s ‘Make in India’ scheme in which GE agreed to invest close to $200 million and will certainly boost employment opportunities for the local people. Under this project, GE even plans to set up state of the art Skilling Centres Skill Ministry which is headed by Shri Rajiv Pratap Rudy
As part of the project, the production of from Saran. GE, in collaboration with India Railways, Locomotive Manufacturing Plant line to Marhaura is being created with a state of the art maintenance shed for diesel locomotives in railway’s land in Roza near Shahjahanpur.
To discuss the progress of the project, Company met Shri Rajiv Pratap Rudy support on the project. Mr. Banmali Sharmila Barathan, Senior Vice President him in the meeting.
During the meeting Shri Rudy expressed his desire that GE should conduct skill mapping of the surrounding areas in consequent wake of the requirement of skilled workforce in setting of the plant. He stated that the nearing ITIs can also set up and additional infrastructure for training. the GE delegation that old colonial infrastructure can be revamped to set up health care centres which GE can run under its CSR initiatives.
Further, he flagged the issue of alarming levels of arsenic in the ground water of Bihar ting through his own personal funds and MPLAD budget allocations. He suggested the amble scope of development work on the sand issue.
Mr. Banmali Agarwala updated the ancillary industries in that region. He updated General Electric is working in line with the Skill India Mis strong skilled healthcare workforce in India by partnering with National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) and has now set up skilling centres in 15 cities where they are training individuals to be lab technicians, X operators..
.. It should also be mentioned here the first corporate donor to contribute to the National Skill Development Fund, a special fund setup under the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship. GE Power has allocated INR 50 lacs in CSR contributions towards this effort covering the current financial year.
By Teennews1 Network Team

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