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Government joins hands with e-portal for online courses

December 29, 2020

The National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) has joined hands with an online education portal DigiVidyapeeth to launch an e-curriculum in order to upgrade skills for both professionals and students.

The Media and Entertainment Skills Council (MESC), set up under the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), has inked a pact with DigiVidyapeeth.

MESC CEO Mohit Soni said, “Courses have been developed in the field of digital media marketing and mobile journalism to enhance the skills of professionals, and will train them in line with the latest technological advances. Later, new courses will be developed for other sectors too.”

Pradeep Khatri, MD, DigiVidyapeeth, said, “The e-platform engaged in providing online professional certificate courses has developed solutions to the new challenges which will be faced by students in the changing post-Covid scenarios. The pact aims to give boost to the Skill India Mission and Digital India Mission launched by the government.”

Source: India Today

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