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Singapore’s ITEES signed an MoU with the Odisha government at the MIO conclave to set up a World Skill Centre in Bhubaneswar.

Bhubaneswar:12/11/18: Singapore’s ITEES today signed an MoU with the State government at the MIO conclave to set up a World Skill Centre in Bhubaneswar.

The MoU sign was inked between Singapore’s ITEES and Odisha’s OSDA for Skill development to cooperate and establish a World Skill Centre at Bhubaneswar

Chiang Gnee Heng, Chairman, ITEES Singapore also shared his thoughts on the exciting partnership opportunities between Singapore and Odisha at the Make in Odisha 2018.

Speaking on the occasion ITEES Chairman Heng said, “As a skill development partner of the government, we congratulate Odisha for making skill one of the key pillars for both economic and social development.”

“With the visionary leadership by the Hon’ble Odisha CM, I am sure that Odisha has got the appropriate infrastructures and resources for development, and for attracting investors from all across the globe.” ITEES Chairman further said.

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