Nobel Peace Prize winner Kailash Satyarthi lauds CRISP on skill training Programs

Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi  lauded  CRISP and appreciated its skill development training being imparted to the youths to make them employable at SATI Vidisha.  I am sure that  CRISP’s employment linked training programmes  will enable the unskilled youth to attain the necessary skill sets and pave the way for India’s economic growth".

Mr. Mukesh Sharma, CEO, CRISP said “ We are very happy and honoured about getting such great appreciation from the Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi . We are really impressed by his visionary outlook and  would support in his 100 million campaign".

Nobel laureate Satyarthi  and Dr Sunil Kumar Gupta, Vice Chancellor, RGPV distributed the certificates to the participants of Faculty Development Programme (FDP) conducted at SATI and greeted the participants for their future endeavors.  He appreciated the efforts made by CRISP in successful execution of this programme.“CRISP will surely give an impetus to skill development among unemployed and job seeking youth and empowerment of the deprived sections of society,” he added. 

On this occasion, CRISP and SATI Vidisha also signed a Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate in the area of training, consultancy and research for the benefit of students and faculty. 

Centre for Research and Industrial Staff Performance, (CRISP), Bhopal has been  established in the year 1997 as a Society under the Indo –German Technical  Cooperation agreement. Ministry of MSME, Government of India was the line  ministry for this project whereas the Department of Technical Education & Skill  Development, Government of Madhya Pradesh and German Technical Cooperation  agency (GTZ) were the implementation partners. It is headquartered in Bhopal  with national & international operations dedicated to human resource  development & organizational development.  These activities are targeted at  Government, Industries, Academic Institutions, Developmental Organizations as  well as the Civil Society.