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Modi government to send youth to Japan for 3 to 5 years of training

Modi government to send youth to Japan for 3 to 5 years of training

India will send 3 lakh, youth working for 3 to 5 years in Japan for training. Japan will bear the burden of the cost of skill training of Indian technical interns.

Union Minister for Skills Development and Entrepreneurship Dharmendra Pradhan said that these youth will be sent to Japan under the skill development program of the government.

Pradhan said that India has approved the signing of the Agreement on Cooperation (MoC) for Technical Internship Training Program (TITP) between India and Japan. Pradhan said that this MOC can be signed during his three-day Tokyo visit. The Prime Minister’s Tokyo Tour begins on October 16

Pradhan tweeted that TITP is an ambitious program for sending three lakh Indian technical interns to Japan for training for three to five years. He said that these youths will be sent for training in the next three years. Japan will provide financial assistance in this.
The Minister said that every single young man will be sent there for three to five years. These young people will work in the ecosystem of Japan and they will also get employment opportunities. Apart from this, they will also be provided accommodation facility there. About 50,000 people can also get jobs in Japan. According to Japanese needs, these young people have chosen transparently.

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