Indian Institute of Skills to be set up in Gandhinagar
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The Tata Group's high-ranking team visited Gandhinagar on Thursday and made a presentation to the government officials, after which Vipul Mitra, the additional chief secretary of the Labour and Employment Department, instructed them to start project as quickly as possible In collaboration with Tata Group.On Thursday, an announcement was made by the Government of Gujarat, according to which Gujarat government is establishing an Indian Institute of Skills (IIS) in Nasmed Village in Gandhinagar District. The State Labour and Employment Department is going to set up the Institute in partnership with the Tata Group on a non-profit PPP model, according to the announcement. As per the government release, the Government of Gujarat is creating an Indian Institute of Skills (IIS) in Nasmed village in Gandhinagar district.
Objective of the Indian Institute of Skills
The institute will create trained professionals in the fields of artificial intelligence, cyber security, additive manufacturing, virtual reality, device integration, cloud-based applications, simulation solutions, among other areas. At least 5,000 candidates will pass the Institute every year, according to Mitra.
Gujarat Government took an initiative
As per the report, the state government has allocated around 20 acres of land to the Nasmed Village College, which is 20 km away from Ahmedabad. While the state government is providing the Institute with land, the Tata Education Development Trust contributes to the capital investment. Apart from Gujarat, IISs in Mumbai and Kanpur have also been authorized by the Union Government,
Indian Institute of Skills in Gujarat:
Amit Shah, the Union Home Minister officially laid the foundation stone for the planned Indian Institute of Skills at Nasmed, Gujarat. He is indeed a member of the Lok Sabha district of Gandhinagar in Gujarat. The proposed institution will be located at Gandhinagar Lok Sabha Constituency.