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Foundation stone lays for Utkal University- NALCO skill development centre

Bhubaneswar, Jul 26 (UNI) Properly developed skills, with the right attitude can lead the youth
of today to become successful leaders of future, NALCO CMD Tapan Kumar Chand said
here today.
Laying the foundation stone of Utkal University-NALCO Skill Development and Incubation
Centre in the University premises here, Mr Chand said. the students pursuing non-technical
courses can also climb higher in professional ladder, if they are properly trained.
The Skill Development and Incubation Centre being jointly developed by Navratna Company
NALCO and Utkal University shall be the first-of- its-kind Skill Development and Incubation
Center for the non-technical students and help youth of Odisha to become job-ready,” said
Mr Chand..
Earlier this year, during NALCO’s Foundation Day celebrations, an MoU was signed between
the aluminium major and Utkal University, in presence of Union Secretary Ministry of Mines, to
take up collaborative projects under the Industry Institution Interaction programme.
“This collaborative and cooperative initiative by the premier institutions of the State like NALCO
and Utkal University shall be exemplary in the country. This will also provide the State’s youth an
edge in the national and international market in terms of entrepreneurship and employability,”
added Mr Chand.
The project is aimed at engaging the emerging entrepreneurs of the State and more specifically
the post-graduate students of the University. The centre shall have an MoU with Hyderabad-based Incubation Business Hub, an undertaking of the Union government to make the Incubation Centre a self-sufficient and well-managed skill development centre.
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