Dear Naresh Sagar
Everyone from Renew HQ wishes you a Happy Easter!
We have over 4,000 people on our database, 4,000 on Facebook, 11,000 on Twitter and we now want to hear your thoughts! We have already had a significant amount of responses to our Listen to Britain survey and with your help we can reach our goal of 20,000 so we can Rethink Brexit, Renew Britain!
Local election campaigning has now kicked off and we are pleased to be able to announce we will be standing 20 people in the local elections! We now have candidates standing in London and the North East.
Activity on our regional Facebook groups has now kicked off with various events taking place and people taking place in the pro-Europe marches last weekend. Thank you to all the people who attended these marches, it was great to have a Renew presence at them!
Finally, James T has been in the Independent this week summing up things we have learnt from the Listen to Britain Tour. Please do give it a read!
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The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Government of India signed $80 million loan to help modernize technical and vocational education and training (TVET) institutions and improve the skills ecosystem in the State of Himachal Pradesh.
The project will support the skill initiatives of Government of Himachal Pradesh and help the State step-up the reform and scale-up its skill development efforts. It will fund short-term and long-term training programs in growth areas including automobiles, electronics, pharmaceutical, tourism and hospitality and banking and financial services, health care etc. to help enhance the skills set of the youth and increase their employability.
After achieving impressive enrollment rates for higher education, the State of Himachal Pradesh faces ‘second-generation’ challenge of preparing its youth for the challenging labour market. The Project will help in equipping the youth with market-relevant technical and vocational skills.
The State will need more than 500,000 skilled workers by 2022 across various trades. The Project will help seize this opportunity by providing support in developing relevant and good quality TVET programs thereby improving employment prospects of nearly 65,000 youths by 2022.
The Project will establish a polytechnic for women, six city Livelihood Centers, and seven Rural Livelihood Centers, and upgrade 11 employment exchanges into model career Centers. These efforts will result in improved TVET awareness among youth, modernizing training equipment, implementing a training information system, forging partnerships with private sector, and creating better access to quality market-relevant TVET and livelihood development opportunities for youth in Himachal Pradesh.