“PSUs, like Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd, Rajasthan Electricals & Instruments Ltd, Instrumentation Ltd., Andrew Yule & Company Ltd, Bharat Pumps & Compressors Ltd, Hooghly Printing Company Ltd, Cement Corporation of India Ltd are providing training on various subjects,” Minister of State in the Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, G.M. Siddeshwara said in Lok Sabha.
Training is being provided on various subjects such as Advance Management Programme, General Management Programme, Strategic Management Programme, Young Managers Programmes, operation of Electronic Equipments, Test Repair at Instrument level, Test and Repair of Printed Circuit Board, Cables, Power Supply, Mobile Repairing & Servicing, Refrigeration and JAVA, C++, Dot Net, Visual Basic, MS SQL, Oracle, MS Office, etc. in the Information Technology Sector.
PSUs under DHI have been given the target to skill 40,000 persons in 2015-16 by National Skill Development Council. “The performance of PSUs towards skill development is monitored on monthly and quarterly basis to improve the performance,” the minister said.
However, separate funds have not been allocated to the PSUs from this Department for this purpose.
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