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October 6, 2017
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NSDC Chooses 28 Indians for Skill Olympics in Abu Dhabi

By Avtar Singh

The National Skill Development Corporation has selected a group of players to participate in the Skill Olympics in Abu Dhabi. These players have been picked from different parts of the subcontinent. By contributing six players, south Indian state Karnataka is leading the other states.

More than 1200 aspirants from 70 countries will be participating in the Olympics that is going to start from 14th October. Indian players are set to participate in 26 skills, and the range of games include bricklaying, proto-type modelling, hair styling, car painting, beauty therapy, auto body repair, mobile robotics, visual merchandising, welding, CNC Turing, etc.

NSDC had been initiating India’s support under WorldSkills which is known as Skill Olympics. The MD and CEO of NSDC Manish Kumar has congratulated the participants. He thinks that the honour to represent India on a global platform is a matter of great pride. ”We are elated to see them develop and utilise their skills with dedication, enthusiasm and passion. We are confident that Bangalore candidates and all others will perform their best at the competition and make India proud,” he then added.

NSDC Chooses 28 Indians for Skill Olympics in Abu Dhabi was last modified: October 6th, 2017 by Avtar Singh
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