Nokia and TSSC Collaborate to Empower Gujarat’s Youth with 5G Skills

Situated at ITI Kubernagar, the CoE is focused on setting up a Skill Lab to train individuals in 5G technology skills. The primary objective is to equip learners with the necessary expertise and provide them with placement opportunities within a short span of 4-6 weeks upon completing the course. This remarkable initiative is projected to benefit around 300 candidates in its inaugural year.

Highlights

  • Nokia has joined hands with Telecom Sector Skill Council and Kaushalya- The Skill University to establish a Nokia Centre of Excellence in Skill Development.
  • Nokia's investment in infrastructure, equipment, and training for the five labs in the CoE reflects its strong commitment to the development of skilled manpower.
  • Arvind Bali, CEO of Telecom Sector Skill Council, shared his excitement about the state-of-the-art CoE.

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In a move towards empowering the youth of Gujarat, Nokia has joined hands with Telecom Sector Skill Council (TSSC) and Kaushalya- The Skill University to establish a Nokia Centre of Excellence (CoE) in Skill Development. The inauguration of this CoE took place on Monday in the presence of esteemed dignitaries, including Shri Balvantsinh Rajput, Hon'ble Cabinet Minister for Labour, Skill Development and Employment, Govt. of Gujarat.




Situated at ITI Kubernagar, the CoE is focused on setting up a Skill Lab to train individuals in 5G technology skills. The primary objective is to equip learners with the necessary expertise and provide them with placement opportunities within a short span of 4-6 weeks upon completing the course. This remarkable initiative is projected to benefit around 300 candidates in its inaugural year. Nokia's investment in infrastructure, equipment, and training for the five labs in the CoE reflects its strong commitment to the development of skilled manpower and the growth of the 5G ecosystem.

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Amit Marwah, CMO of Nokia India, expressed the company's dedication to local communities and its efforts to drive positive socio-economic transformations through connectivity and digitization. He emphasized Nokia's role in advancing telecom technologies and building a technically skilled workforce to support the vision of a Digital Bharat set forth by the Hon'ble Prime Minister. The establishment of the CoE marks a significant milestone in Nokia's commitment to nurturing talent and creating opportunities for the youth.

Arvind Bali, CEO of Telecom Sector Skill Council, shared his excitement about the state-of-the-art CoE, which houses advanced labs focused on 5G, IoT, Advanced Security Surveillance, Line Assembler, and Advanced Mobile Repair. He highlighted the immense potential of this facility in skilling the youth of India for emerging job roles in the telecom sector. The CoE stands as a testament to the organization's dedication to empowering the younger generation and shaping a promising future.

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