Ericsson Skill Center And Ghazipur Mobile Vaani Launched In Ghazipur, Uttar Pradesh

Ericsson Skill Center

Ericsson has announced the opening of an exclusive Ericsson Skill Center in Ghazipur, Uttar Pradesh in association with the Electronics Sector Skills Council of India (ESSCI). The skill center was inaugurated by Manoj Sinha, Minister of State for Communications (I/C) and Minister of State for Railways, Government of India.

The Ericsson Skill Center provide adequate skills to young men and women residing in and around Ghazipur in two trades such as mobile hardware repair and technical training on computers and peripherals. The main purpose of the Ericsson Skill Center is to enhance the living style and also to encourage micro-entrepreneurship.

Ericsson Skill Center Group

Ericsson also launched Ghazipur Mobile Vaani, which is a district-level citizen communication and engagement platform. To use the platform, you should give a missed call on 9266300111 to receive an automated callback for information on various initiatives taken by the Government. The aim of the Ghazipur Mobile Vaani is to capture, fetch and share feedback from the citizens.

Commenting on the development, Manoj Sinha disclosed that he would like to congratulate Ericsson for launching its community-building initiatives in Ghazipur such as an exclusive Ericsson Skill Center and the Ghazipur Mobile Vaani. The skill center will impart the required training in such a way to enable people to work independently. The Mobile Vaani will enable youths to know about the various welfare schemes introduced by the Government and also to share feedback.

Responding to media, Nunzio Mirtillo, Head of Ericsson South East Asia, Oceania and India revealed that the company believes in Technology for Good to make a real difference in the lives of communities around the world. The Ericsson Skill Center will provide mobile repair and computer skills including placement assistance.

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The purpose of the new initiatives is to enable people to work after the completion of the training. With the rapid growth of smartphones, the number of job opportunities has increased. The people who are completing the training can either work with a mobile repair shop or start their own repair unit.

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