Future Digital Jobs: Karnataka’s Department of Technical Education and Digital

Future Digital Jobs: Karnataka’s Department of Technical Education and Digital

The Department of Collegiate and Technical Education on Thursday tied up with Karnataka Digital Economy Mission (KDEM) as part of its ambitious future digital jobs in government polytechnic and engineering colleges initiative.
This collaboration will help us in future to organize digital job drives exclusively for students of government institutions and provide career counseling and guidance to students in government institutions. Speaking on the occasion, CN Ashwath Narayan, Minister of IT/BT, Higher Education and Skill Development said that this would lead to meaningful internships, projects and placements.

The partnership, he said, will help in workforce research for industries in areas ‘beyond Bengaluru’ and will facilitate industry talks, mentorship seminars, and workshops for students, faculty, etc. It also plays a role in setting up Incubation Centers, Centers of Excellence. government institutions, the minister said.

Ashwath Narayan said that this MoU will enable development of relevant curriculum, augmentation of infrastructure for teaching, among other things, guidance and talent development for young entrepreneurs, especially in rural Karnataka.
The MoU is expected to primarily benefit students studying in 92 polytechnics and 14 engineering government institutions.

The event was attended by BV Naidu, President of Digital Economy Mission, P Pradeep, Commissioner of Collegiate and Technical Education, S Subramaniam, CEO Talancia Global and entrepreneurs Vadiraj and Manjunath.

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