AICTE signs agreement with Employability Life to provide better employability outcomes for students

AICTE signed the memorandum with Employability Life to rope in experience in education for students, so that they can cater to the demands of workplaces.

AICTE signs agreement with Employability Life to provide better employability outcomes for students AICTE signs agreement with Employability Life (Source: Official press release)
Rohan D Umak | Apr 28, 2023 - 6:35 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) signed an agreement with Employability Life, a career development organisation today on April 28, 2023. The agreement was aimed at providing better employability outcomes for the students, so that the students can cater to the demands of the constantly changing workplaces.

A statement from AICTE said that the agreement will enable all the institutions affiliated to AICTE to extend online career development webinars to their students, centred on growth mindset, influence, digital intelligence, career intelligence and cultural intelligence.

AICTE chairman TG Sitharam said while signing the agreement: "Students and stakeholders should be prepared for future jobs and roles assigned to industry 4.0". He added that the students should be provided better employability outcomes by introducing experience in their education, so that they can cope with the rapid changes in their workplaces.

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Employability Life CEO Supriyo Chaudhuri said on the occasion: "Employability Life is built to ensure that the benefits of digital prosperity are widely spread. The Indian colleges will produce the majority of the global technical workforce in the years to come. By working with AICTE, we are not only offering a future-proof education system for the Indian students, but also building a global solution for the digital economy.

Marketa Mojzisova, co founder and vice president of Employability Life and other officials of the AICTE were also present on the occasion.

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