K M Dayashankar
KARIMNAGAR: The Telangana Skill and Knowledge Centre (TSKC) of the Government women’s degree college in Karimnagar town has launched YEP (youth employability programme) virtually on Tuesday to help the final semester students of the college.
As part of the Continuous Comprehensive Education, the YEP was taken up with technical support and guidance of TCS (Tata cellular services). The YEP stems from TATA affirmative action plan under the Corporate Social Responsibility umbrella. The training supports economically weaker sections of society.
Principal T Sree Lakshmi had formally inaugurated the session and informed the students to equip themselves with employability skills to compete in the global market. TCS mobilisation leader from Tamil Nadu Sheena Mathew presented her keynote address and explained about 45 days schedule on virtual training on all employability skills like communication skills, computer skills analytical skills business skills, aptitude and interview skills.
The TCS YEP pre-training Coordinator Susmitha said that the trainees will receive a digital certificate of participation which will stand as testimony for their employability prospects. TSKC Coordinator Ch Shobha Rani said that the students are highly privileged to be certified trainees by TCS, and encouraged students to maintain attendance throughout training. TSKC Mentor G Rajashekar and students participated.