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FDDI, Rohtak signs MoU with Haryana Skill Development Mission


A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between Footwear Design and Development Institute (FDDI), Rohtak and Haryana Skill Development Mission (HSDM), Government of Haryana at Panchkula on 09th May, 2017 for organizing skill development training programme for the unprivileged and unemployed youth of Haryana in the field of footwear manufacturing..


As per the MoU, FDDI will train unprivileged and unemployed youth in the areas of leather cutting and shoe upper stitching.

The unemployed youth of Haryana can take maximum advantage under this specialized skill development training programme where after the successful completion of training, the candidate shall be placed in and around Haryana in any footwear company and can earn livelihood for the family, either through employment or entrepreneurship by starting his/her own business.


FDDI shall arrange time - to - time industrial visits of undergoing trainees and appropriate on the job training as per the syllabus of the course.


For this purpose, FDDI shall prepare syllabus and develop training materials based on the requirement of industries and other relevant sectors, which would be based on practical interactive training interpreted in Hindi.


This program acknowledges the need for the effective roadmap for the upliftment of unskilled and unemployed youth of Haryana. The vision of this program is to facilitate the alignment between supply and demand for skills by bridging existing skill gaps, promoting industry engagement by operationalizing the quality assurance frame work in footwear industry.



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