Sanjay Sethi, Chairman, JNPT, commended Allcargo Logistics for boosting the employability opportunities of needy youth in India through skill development programmes and industry training courses related to the logistics sector. Sethi was on a visit to Allcargo’s Multi-Skill Development Centre at Bokadvira, Uran, run under Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Kendra (PMKK) in collaboration with JNPT and CIDCO. He launched the new batches of Consignment Tracking Executive and Inventory Clerk courses, along with inaugurating two new training labs. He took a round of the Centre along with other dignitaries and inspected the classroom, reception, counselling room, placement cell, training laboratories, Smart Labs, and other facilities. He also distributed certificates to students who have started working after successful completion of the training.
“Trained personnel with sector-specific skill sets remain the pivot around which Indian logistics will scale its next growth curve. We reiterate our commitment to building a robust human resource pool for Indian logistics with an emphasis on industry training and skill development” stated Dr. Nilratan Shende, GM - CSR, Allcargo Logistics.
The JNPT-CIDCO-Allcargo Skill Development Centre has been approved by the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) as a PMKK Centre. It is a state-of-the-art Centre for imparting skill-based training to needy youth and improving their job prospects in the logistics sector under the PMKK initiative. Starting its first batch in June 2019, the Allcargo Skill Development Centre imparts skill training in six logistics courses such as Heavy Vehicle Driver, Consignment Booking Assistant, Consignment Tracking Executive, Documentation Assistant, Inventory Clerk and Warehouse Picker.
@EPC World Media