Kerala Academy for Skill Excellence (KASE) instituted by Kerala Government launched skill development centre by joining hands with private sector.
To boost employment opportunities for youth in the state, Kerala Academy for Skill Excellence (KASE) instituted by Kerala Government launched skill development centre by joining hands with private sector companies. KASE has conferred accreditation on Hedge School of Applied Economics and Lili Academy of Scientific Electrolysis. Shibu Baby John, Labour Minister in a spate function handed over the certificates to the institutes.
In the state, Hedge School of Applied Economics is the first skill development centre in financial sector. As per the Minister skill development programme of KASE aims at creating industry-ready workforce in India and abroad. He further elaborates that financial and banking services are one of the main focus points of KASE in the project.
The government would launch an academy for skill development in construction and infrastructure sector at a cost of Rs 100 crore in Kollam in January 2016. The KASE team has developed the project after studying similar models successfully implemented in London and Singapore, Minister informed
Principal Secretary to the Department of Labour and Skills, Tom Jose termed skill development as the new buzzword. He said that KASE having been established to impart sector specific skills to youngsters will help shape the youth according to the necessity of market.
KASE Managing Director Rahul R said “Having one of the strongest banking and financial sector, India has got huge employment opportunities in banking and finance sectors. He further adds “Taking this into consideration, KASE has stepped forward in creating job opportunities by providing sector-specific skill training.”