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GE partners Tata Trusts to skill 10,000 youths in healthcare sector

While courses will be undertaken in GE Healthcare Institute in 25 cities, Tata Trusts will provide scholarships to deserving candidates

BS B2B Bureau  |  Mumbai 

GE Healthcare is partnering with Tata Trusts to train 10,000 youth in various technical areas of healthcare over a three-year period. The partnership will focus on bridging the skills gap in healthcare technical or operating staff. The announcement was made on Monday in the presence of Ratan Tata, chairman of Tata Trusts, Terri Bresenham, president & CEO, Sustainable Healthcare Solutions, GE Healthcare and Banmali Agrawala, president and CEO, GE South Asia. GE Healthcare Education Institute (GE HCI) will design, develop and execute these courses through a mix of both classroom ...

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GE partners Tata Trusts to skill 10,000 youths in healthcare sector

While courses will be undertaken in GE Healthcare Institute in 25 cities, Tata Trusts will provide scholarships to deserving candidates

GE Healthcare is partnering with Tata Trusts to train 10,000 youth in various technical areas of healthcare over a three-year period. The partnership will focus on bridging the skills gap in healthcare technical or operating staff. The announcement was made on Monday in the presence of Ratan Tata, chairman of Tata Trusts, Terri Bresenham, president & CEO, Sustainable Healthcare Solutions, GE Healthcare and Banmali Agrawala, president and CEO, GE South Asia. GE Healthcare Education Institute (GE HCI) will design, develop and execute these courses through a mix of both classroom ...

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