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MSI, Guj govt train 10k tribal youth in professional driving

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

(MSI) today said 10,000 tribal youth have been trained in professional driving at a training centre in

The All Institute of Driving, Technical Training and Research (AGIDTTR) at Waghodia, was set up as a public-private-partnership between the Ministry of Tribal Development (Gujarat) and MSI in 2009.

"Our objective is to make the students employment ready through driving training and soft skills, and help them get suitable employment," MSI Executive Director Marketing & Sales R S Kalsi said in a statement.

With support from the state government, the institute has witnessed an increase in enrollment as compared to the numbers seen last year, he added.

"We are optimistic on sustaining the momentum and providing the youth with opportunities through more such establishments," Kalsi said.

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First Published: Tue, November 29 2016. 17:57 IST