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  • 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-...

  • TVET PPP Stakeholder Interaction Workshop

    22 June 2018

     
    Public Private Partnerships in skills development (Technical and Vocational Education and Training, or ‘TVET’) can be interpreted in many different ways. One of the aims of the Dakchyata - TVET Practical Partnership project is to raise awareness and understanding of the possible PPP approaches that exist, and support Nepali TVET stakeholders to explore practical options to strengthen and improve TVET governance and implementation in Nepal. 
    In this vein, on 20 June the Dakchyata project held...

  • Dakchyata Public Awareness Campaign Workshop

    09 February 2018

    National TVET Public Awareness Campaign Workshop
    A four day National TVET Public Awareness Campaign (PAC) Stakeholder workshop coordinated by the Dakchyata concluded in Kathmandu. The event was held from 6th to 9th February, 2018 among TVET stakeholders to gather support in order to establish and coordinate campaign activities. The participants were representatives from public and private sectors, mainly Ministry of Education, Government of Nepal, CTEVT, representatives of CTEVT technical...

  • Occupational standard workshop held in partnership with FNCCI

    06 December 2017

    FNCCI organised a workshop on ' The Benefits of Occupational Standards for the Private Sector and TVET" in partnership with the Dakchayta and International Labor Organisation (ILO) on 15 November 2017. The major objectives of the workshop was to clarify the differences between Occupation standards (OS), Performance Asessment Standards (PAS) and Training/Competence Standards (TS). The major aim was to create a common understanding on the OS with demonstration of international guidelines and...

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