Employability.life Federation University Australia Forge Alliance with 7 Indian Universities to Launch Skill-Based Training Centers

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Employability.life, head office in New Delhi, in alliance with Federation University Australia, has shortlisted 7 Indian universities to run the Future of Work Centre program. The centers are being established in Chandigarh, Bangalore, Kolkata, and Mumbai. The universities participating in this alliance are Chandigarh University; Lamrin Tech Skills University (Punjab); MGM Engineering Institute (Mumbai); Sister Nivedita University (Kolkata); Garden City University (Bangalore); Nargund Group of Institutions (NGI) (Bangalore); and Malnad College of Engineering (MCE) (Hassan). These institutions will develop cutting-edge programs aimed at equipping students with the skills and experience required for success in the global workforce. Dr. Manish Malhotra, CEO of Employability.life, emphasized the significance of this partnership in narrowing the gap between education and employment.This partnership exemplifies our dedication to bridging the gap between education and employment by working closely with industry leaders, we can equip students with the practical skills required to excel in the modern workplace.Professor Duncan Bentley, Vice-Chancellor  President of Federation University Australia, stressed the necessity of adopting a work-integrated approach to education Our partnership with Employability.life will create a model for experiential learning that can be replicated across India and internationally. Dr. Malhotra highlighted the close collaboration with employers and industries to identify gaps in graduate skills and experience. Together, they have developed project experiences that enable students to acquire essential preparation for
contemporary workplaces.