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  • Dakchyata capitalises the EU VET Toolbox Seminar to showcase private sector engagement in Skills Development

    02 January 2020

    Dakchyata including its key TVET stakeholders in Nepal European Union Delegation (EUD), Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST), Council of Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT) , public and private training providers and private sector actively participated in the three day VET Toolbox seminar organised by the British Council in collaboration with VET Toolbox in Kathmandu from 11-13 Dec, 2019. The focus of the EU VET Toolbox South Asia Regional Seminar was on...

  • Bringing Together of Employer Associations in establishing LMI Mechanism (Secretariat)

    30 December 2019

    On the 16th December, Dakchyata convened a joint meeting with a group of key stakeholders from Nepal’s employer associations. The joint-meeting focused on the development of a model for an employer led labour market secretariat (ELMS) and allowed Nepali stakeholders to discuss how this initiative could be most effectively developed. There was an engaged sharing of ideas on what should be the guiding principles for the ELMS, this included agreement on the importance of an approach that embraced...

  • Mr. Sumit Kedia, Member of the PPP Working Group Emphasises on Public Private Partnership in TVET

    27 December 2019

    Case Study
    Interview with Mr. Sumit Kedia, Member of the TVET Public Private Partnership (PPP) Working Group.
    The interview has been condensed for clarity.
    Mr. Sumit Kedia is one of the new members of the TVET PPP Working Group (PPP WG), a group where representatives from government and employers/private sector meet on an even footing to discuss all matters related to TVET and finding ways to increase employer engagement in TVET. Mr. Sumit recently attended its sixth meeting. An entrepreneur;...

  • Grant Agreement between the CTEVT and the British Council to implement the SEECS project

    04 December 2019

    Grant Agreement between the Council of Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT) and the British Council to implement the Strengthening Employer Engagement in CTEVT Schools (SEECS) project

    The British Council, through the European Union funded Dakchyata: TVET Practical Partnership project has concluded a grant award of EUR 3 million/NPR 374,310,000 to CTEVT on 3 December 2019 to implement the Strengthening Employer Engagement in CTEVT Schools (SEECS) project. The project aims to...

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