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STL signs MoU with CSC Academy to skill village-level entrepreneurs across the country

October 11, 2019
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STL has signed a MoU with Common Services Centres (CSC) Academy to skill village-level entrepreneurs (VLEs) across the country in optical fibre network. With India’s upcoming 5G roll out, need for a robust optical fibre network is critical than ever. To meet this need, the telecom industry requires highly- skilled fibre deployment specialists. STL and CSC aim to address this industry demand with their joint initiative.

STL formed STL Academy to create an ecosystem of highly skilled professionals for deploying and maintaining complex optical fibre networks. Under the MoU, STL Academy will conduct certified training program for VLEs registered with CSC. The program will train and skill 100,000 VLEs across 100,000 gram panchayats thereby making it the world’s largest training on optical fibre network.

STL will conduct 2 pilot trainings at designated blocks in UP. The first training program launches this month and key highlights include:

Training will cover optical fibre cable joining and maintenance across underground and aerial, gigabit passive optical network (GPON) hardware maintenance, and Wi-Fi access point’s maintenance

Training manuals in English and Hindi for easy understanding

Practical knowledge with site visits and workshops at block level on fibre optics and wireless network maintenance

The training program will happen in over 40 cities across the country and the target is to complete it in 180 days. Post training, CSC will provide employment or self-employed support to all VLEs at panchayat level.

Commenting on the development, Anjali Byce, CHRO, STL said, “The current requirement of Indian telecom sector is to have a strong optical fibre backbone to carry large amount of data. To meet these needs we need skilled workforce that can manage end-to-end optical fibre network.  We are delighted to partner with CSC Academy to train and skill VLEs, and provide them with an opportunity for growth. This will further support the telecom industry in getting right talent and will boost the economy.”

Meanwhile, Dinesh Tyagi, CEO CSC e governance Services Limited said, “CSC Academy aims at providing professional training to learners from diverse backgrounds and with educational needs. We are delighted to partner with STL to skill rural masses in India. Together, we are promoting entrepreneurship by fostering the capability and development of the VLEs under the Common Services Centre scheme.”

 
 
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