Quess Corp and KIOCL sign MoU for Skill Development

Quess Corp

Quess Corp Ltd., India’s largest business services provider, today announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Ltd (KIOCL).This agreement aims to expand the training scope of Quess Corp Ltd, under its brand Excelus Learning Solutions thereby providing a greater impetus to the Government’s ‘Skill India’ initiative.

In association with KIOCL, the company tends to develop a joint curriculum for skill development programs in mining and steel sector. The aforementioned MoU was signed by Mangesh Gawande, Director, Excelus Learning Solutions, a division of Quess Corp ltd., and Shri N Vidyananda, Director, Production and Projects, KIOCL in the presence of Malay Chatterjee, CMD, KIOCL and the management teams of both the organizations.

As per this arrangement between both the parties, KIOCL will provide all necessary infrastructure facilities for skill development to Quess Corp.The training center will be based at KIOCL Mangalore Unit, which houses the Pellet Plant and the Blast Furnace of the Company. Quess Corp will be providing skill training to the youth in these localities and the employees of mining and iron & steel sector.

Malay Chatterjee, CMD, KIOCL Ltd., said,

“This association will go a long way in promoting the development of skills under the aegis of Skill India Mission of our hon’ble Prime Minister. We are excited about this collaboration with Quess Corp as this will strengthen the Skill Development programme of NSDC and enhance the employability of youth of the country.”

Sharing his thoughts on the MoU, Mangesh Gawande– Director, Excelus Learning Solutions said,

“India is gradually evolving as a knowledge-based economy by steadily bridging the demand of skilled labour with capable, flexible and qualified human capital. By associating with KIOCL’s industry expertise we are confident of opening new avenues to the country’s youth which will ensure India’s global competiveness. Our recent collaboration will be yet another step in contributing to the success of the overall Skill India initiative.”

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