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SEEK'13, KERALA



Government of Kerala under the aegis of its Additional Skill Acquisition Programme (ASAP) organizes a two day skill business summit, Skill Enterprise Engagement for Empowering Kerala – 2013 (SEEK’13)’ at Mascot Hotel, Thiruvananthapuram on 05/11/2013 and 06/11/2013. It will be a common platform for all the crucial stakeholders of skill development in India such as Industries, Training Service Providers, Corporate Entities , Student Assessment Service Providers, Sector Skill Councils, Public Sector Enterprises, Banking Institutions , legislators and  experts from various sectors to network and collaborate for designing and implementing new skill programmes based on industry feedback. 

Connected to this event, ASAP Secretariat has also initiated a Request For Proporsal process to empanel skill training providers for the programme. More information about the event is available at http://www.asapkerala.gov.in/seek
 
Additional Skill Acquisition Programme has been designed to impart skill training to the students studying at Higher Secondary and Arts and Science Undergraduate colleges in the state along with their regular academic studies. For more information about ASAP visit http://www.asapkerala.gov.in

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