Chandigarh, Sep 19 (Calcutta Tube) Haryana has sent a proposal for establishing 13 Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) in the public-private-partnership (PPP) mode and 96 skill development centres to the central government for approval, an official said here Friday.
The ITIs will be set up in various parts of the state, Haryana chief secretary Urvashi Gulati said.
Presiding over the third meeting of state level skill development mission, Gulati stressed the need to provide quality training and introduce new short-term vocational courses in the ITIs and polytechnic institutes.
She said that more employment opportunities could be provided to youth through the initiative.
Gulati said that in order to give training to school dropouts and to certify the existing skills of people, the industrial training department in Haryana is implementing a skill development initiative scheme to provide training through registered vocational training provider.