MSDE issues revised guidelines for Centers of Excellence (CoE)

Jun 10, 2021 | by Avantis RegTech Legal Research Team

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Labour Compliance

The Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) has issued revised guidelines for Centers of Excellence (CoE). Centres of Excellence will be set up to ensure continuous supply of quality trainers in each sector. 

The Functions of Centers of Excellence are as follows: -

• To conduct high Quality Training in specific sectors with special focus on emerging technologies. 

• To develop association between academia and industry for the benefit of the skill development sector.

• To conduct Research and Development in related fields and disseminate the results of the R&D and other activities through filling of patents and transforming them into sustainable business proposals/ solutions. 

• To upgrade the Centre’s technical capacity, information architecture.

• To support creative and innovative proposals in terms of functions and facilities.

• To establish a sound new institutional base for executing the programmes/projects by strengthening the existing infrastructure.

• To create network of nearby institutes for capacity building and mentoring support.

Further, Recognition for CoE shall be granted/ awarded to a body (Govt or Pvt) University/ institute / organization set up meeting the eligibility requirements as mentioned below and as per the guidelines issued by MSDE from time to time.



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