In the upcoming year, TSSC will train and assist in placing roughly 3,500 elite young applicants, helping to place them abroad and empowering them to start their own businesses. By partnering with Britco & Bridco, a skill-based organisation, to open a cutting-edge Mega Centre of Excellence to train young people in mobile handset repair courses in Kerala, Telcom Sector Skill Council (TSSC), India’s leading skill development institution for the telecom sector, hopes to significantly advance the government’s “Right to Repair” initiative. Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan and the Kerala Vocational Higher Secondary Education Department are partners in the initiative.
The Mega Centre of Excellence is a hub for extensive training programmes in mobile device repair and is furnished with state-of-the-art machinery, cutting-edge labs, and highly qualified faculty. The collaboration will be a crucial step in closing the talent gap between what the industry needs and what is currently available. As part of the agreement, TSSC will teach roughly 3,500 elite young applicants over the course of the following year, assist in finding them employment abroad, and give them the tools they need to start their own businesses. Mr Arvind Bali, CEO of the Telecom Sector Skill Council CoE, along with representatives from Britco & Bridco and district representatives from Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan, as well as other important stakeholders, business titans, and government officials, officially launched the CoE with the goal of fostering skill development and equipping the youth in the area with relevant knowledge. Through the partnership, TSSC and Britco & Bridco hope to improve the lives of aspiring technicians and move them closer to fulfilling employment in the telecom sector.’
The CoE will have a planned curriculum and give candidates hands-on instruction to assist them develop practical skill in diagnosing, debugging, and repairing mobile phones, improving their chances of finding employment. The Mega Centre of Excellence will be established in Kerala by Britco & Bridco, according to Arvind Bali, CEO of the Telecom Sector Skill Council. This partnership would be crucial in meeting the industry’s need for qualified mobile handset repair experts while giving the youth of Kerala significant employment prospects.
This initiative aims to stimulate socioeconomic growth, support the growing movement for the “Right to Repair,” and contribute to the creation of a skilled workforce ecosystem in the telecom and related fields because India is the second-largest mobile manufacturing country in the world. The government is currently promoting the Right to Repair, a significant effort that will provide consumers and independent repair specialists with access to the tools, documentation, and components required to fix electronic equipment.
TSSC will train and skill the applicants by encouraging a more open and accessible environment for repairing electronic equipment in order to promote the consumers’ rights to affordable and dependable repair services for their mobile phones.
By combining the knowledge and resources of TSSC, Britco, and Bridco, this cooperation aims to close the skills gap and develop a supply of qualified workers in the industry. Telecom Sector Skill Council information The Telecom Sector Skill Council is a not-for-profit, industry-led apex body dedicated to creating a highly skilled workforce for the telecom sector. Cellular Operators Association of India, India Cellular & Electronics Association, and National Skill Development Corporation joined forces to form the organisation, which is overseen by the Department of Telecommunications, the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, and Cellular Operators Association of India.
More than 1 million people have been trained by TSSC, which has also launched numerous new initiatives like the Digital Learning Platform (https://learning.tsscindia.com/) and Telco Jobs (https://telcojobs.in/) to place candidates. TSSC is dedicated to sourcing locally and placing workers globally through high-quality skill development. Concerning Britco & Bridco Britco & Bridco is a technology business with headquarters in Kottakkal, Kerala, that has supported numerous Institutions since 1998 by offering training, work experience, national and international placement, and encouragement of student entrepreneurship. With a long-term goal of making India a manufacturing hub so that India may become an exporting nation, Britco & Bridco cultivates in students a mindset to be a future maker in the electronic world with a concentration on AI and robotics.
Institutions operated by Britco & Bridco are located in Delhi’s Karol Bagh and other places in Kerala. Guwahati, Assam, and Hyderabad are upcoming institutes with franchise locations in Dubai, East Africa, and Australia. Britco & Bridco have been designated as an Academic Partner by TSSC. Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan information The Union Budget for 2018–19 has suggested to treat pre-kindergarten through class twelve education comprehensively. Samagra Shiksha, a comprehensive programme for the school education sector that covers preschool through class 12, has been created with the overarching objective of improving school effectiveness as evaluated by equitable access to education and learning results. It incorporates the three Schemes of the Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA), Teacher Education (TE), and Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA).