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  • “A responsive TVET system is where market demand matches trained workforce”, states Dr. Hari Prasad Lamsal.

    18 April 2019

    Delegates from Ministry of Education Science and Technology (MoEST) and Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT) participated in a 3 day international Skills seminar titled – Future of TVET: Disruption and Development hosted by British Council from 5-7 March 2019 in London and Derby focusing on the future of Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) with the support of the Dakchyata TVET PP project. The international programme was attended by delegates from five...

  • The Future of Practical Partnerships between Public and Private sector in TVET

    18 April 2019

     
    PPP Working Group members with project team 
     
    Introduction
    The mandate of Dakchyata is to facilitate better employer engagement in TVET through innovative public private partnership projects and policy support to institutionalise the approach. In view of this, a “Public Private Partnership Working Group” (PPP WG) was formed in July 2018 to create a platform whereby both public and private sectors can be effectively engaged; allowing them to work collaboratively on developing policy...

  • High level Public Private Partnership stakeholders from Nepal explore collaborative practices in Malaysia

    11 September 2018

    High level Public Private Partnership stakeholders from Nepal explore collaborative practices in Malaysia
    Dakchyata: TVET Practical Partnership is a 14.1M EUR skills development project funded by the European Union (EU) and managed by the British Council through a Pillar Assessed Delegation Agreement (PAGoDA) in Nepal. ‘Dakchyata’ (meaning ‘skills’ or ‘dexterity’ in Nepali) is currently the largest British Council skills project in implementation globally, and will run for four years from 2017-...

  • Erik Winther-Schmidt joins as the New Team Leader for Dakchyata

    10 September 2018

    Erik is from Denmark, and has previous experience of working in Nepal during the 1990’s, for a large multi-donor supported education project. Dakchyata conducted an interview with Erik to find out more about his specific interest in joining the project, as well as the international public private partnership trends in TVET. 
    Welcome, Erik, as the new Team Leader of Dakchyata. When did you arrive, and why did you seek this position?
    Thanks very much! I arrived in Nepal during the last week of...

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