TSSC collaborates with SBI Charter for skill development courses with placement for women | Rare Techy


Telecom sector skill training provider TSSC on Monday said it has partnered with SBI Cards and Payment Services for placement-linked skill development courses to train 763 women over the next two years.

Under this partnership, the Telecom Sector Business Council (TSSC) launched a telecom center of excellence (CoE) at Government College for Girls, Gurugram under the CSR initiative for women empowerment.

The center is designated to provide National Qualifications Framework (NSQF) and National Curriculum Framework (NCF) aligned short courses in telecom service roles.

The statement said that the project will provide 763 candidates within two years from September this year.

“The CSR project under this partnership will be of great help in upskilling young women and help them develop self-confidence to find new job roles. This important partnership with SBI Cards is another step forward for CSR to drive equal opportunity for women and empower them,” said TSSC CEO Arvind Bali.

The CSR project was envisaged under the TSSC Lifetime Enhancement and Enhancement Program (LEAP) to include basic and secondary skill building for the upcoming and legacy telecommunications courses.

The main objective of the program is to give candidates the confidence and skills in the telecom trade to support the growing demand for service, manufacturing and sales services.

“We are doing our part to improve the status of women at work. We are confident that this collaboration with TSSC will benefit the women candidates in Haryana and help them go beyond theoretical courses to become job ready. This is a one-year partnership, and we believe it will add to the initiatives already launched by the government and various companies to attract more female talent to the industry,” said SBI Card Managing Director and CEO Rama Mohan Rao Amara.

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