The MSTC is one of the first multi-skill training centers in Karnataka, and it was built by Karnataka Skill Development Corporation (KSDC). It has been set up to train people in various skills related to various fields. The center will help people get a job or improve their careers.
This center has been set up to make sure that everyone can have access to the right kind of training. The government is keen on developing skill sets for all its citizens so they can be better prepared for any future opportunities they may be offered.
The Karnataka State Skill Development Corporation (KSDC) has launched a multi-skill training center in Hubli. The center will have 60 courses, including IT, BPO, and engineering. The new center was inaugurated by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, who also gave away certificates to trainees.
It is one of the biggest skill development centers in the state and has been set up to train students for jobs in areas such as banking and medicine. The government has also announced that it will be building three more such centers across the state.
This is one of the first ever Multi Skill Training Centres in Karnataka and will be providing training to students from all over the state. The center is located near Vishweshwaraiah Technological University, Hubli.
This center aims to provide training to students who wish to pursue higher education in a particular field. The courses offered include Engineering, Computer Science, Electronics Engineering, Information Technology, etc. The courses offered by this center will also help them gain knowledge about different industries and how they function.
In addition to this, the state is also planning to set up another training center in Belgaum, which will be run by the Karnataka State Institute of Science and Technology (KIST). This center would provide training in different areas like Electronics, Software Development, Robotics, etc.
This initiative was taken by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah after he visited Hubli. He said that he would fulfill his promise made to the people of Hubli and make their dreams come true by providing jobs and making their lives better through skill development programs.
The Chief Minister said that the center will be well equipped for imparting quality education to students and will provide jobs to them after completion of their studies.
He said that the government has decided to set up 600 such centers across the state, which will be run by the Karnataka Open University (KOU).
The Karnataka State Skill Development Corporation (KSSDC) has announced that they will be launching a Multi-skill Training Center in Hubli with 60 courses. The center is expected to open in August 2020 and will be located in the same building as their previous training center.
Their goal is to help people find jobs through skill development. This includes courses on how to perform basic tasks like cooking, cleaning, and sewing. It also includes courses on how to manage finances and find employment outside of traditional jobs such as farming or working in an office.
The center is expected to provide employment opportunities to over 10,000 people.
Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said that the multi-skill training center would be an investment of Rs. 2 crores. “This joint venture between KMC (Karnataka Mineral Development Corporation Limited), HUZA (Hubli Urban Development Authority), and KIADB (Karnataka Industrial Areas Development Board) will provide employment opportunities for about 10,000 people,” he said.