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Associate Partners Training Program in North Karnataka From iSpark Innovations

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                      seen in the picture is Mr Arun Kumar, co-founder and head of Sales ISpark Innovations

iSpark Innovations held its first training program for its associate partners in North Karnataka at Hospet on Dec 3 2017. A brand new enthusiastic reseller community is emerging in North Karnataka region and has now representatives in several major taluks and districts. We are still looking to add people to fully cover these markets. The effort is headed by Anantha Narayana - Channel Manager, North Karnataka, who can be reached at 

+91 99869 25969.

  seen in the picture is Mr Arun Kumar, co-founder and head of Sales ISpark Innovations

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posted Dec 4, 2017 by Gowri Vimalan

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Chief Minister Siddaramaiah’s home district Mysuru has the stiff target of enrolling 25,000 candidates under the Kaushalya Karnataka Mission – the State government’s ambitious employability programme

Laiqh A. Khan ​                 On June 24, Mysuru had registered 24,094 candidates

http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/karnataka/kaushalya-karnataka-mission-mysuru-has-stiff-target-to-meet/article19146303.ece

Though Mysuru got off to a slow start and had enrolled no more than 8,500 candidates or 34% of the target by June 9 after the programme was kickstarted on May 15, the district had made enough progress subsequently with officials fanning out in different places including educational institutions to enrol people.

The Kaushalya Karnataka Mission seeks to enrol people in the age group of 18 to 35 to enhance their employability through skill development.

By Saturday, the pace of registrations in Mysuru district had picked up and reached 24,094. D. Randeep, Deputy Commissioner, was confident of Mysuru not only crossing the target but also reaching 30,000 by the end of June. By the time the training programmes for the enrolled candidates begin in mid-July, the district administration was hopeful of crossing 35,000.

While Mysuru was yet to reach 25,000 registrations, as many as 20 other districts in the State had crossed their target. A few districts in North Karnataka such as Raichur, Gadag, Kalaburagi, Ballari and Bagalkot had achieved more than double their targets with Raichur leading the pack with more than 400% registrations against its target of 15,500.

Officials said the registration target in the Chief Minister’s home district is the third highest in the State after Bengaluru and Belagavi. While Bengaluru has to register 93,400 candidates, Belagavi had long crossed its target of 36,400.

The targets for each district had been fixed by the newly created Department of Skill Development, Entrepreneurship and Livelihood taking into consideration a range of aspects such as population and backwardness.

Interested youngsters can still enrol for the programme by accessing the Karnataka Kaushalya Mission website www.kaushalkar.com.

Though most of the candidates registered under the programme so far either had passed either SSLC, PUC or Bachelors, officials said even school and college dropouts could register for the scheme.

“Our officials visit various places including railway stations and bus stands to identify dropouts and register them. Invariably, such people do not have email accounts and are not carrying their Aadhaar card. We create email accounts for them, ask them to get their Aadhaar details and register them,” an official

 

 

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To develop government schools, the state is now planning to rope in old students. To start with, it has asked all government schools to form old students association from the current academic year


Today, many people who have studied in government schools are in good positions within and outside the country. The Department of Public Instructions has decided to bring them under a single umbrella of ‘alumni association’ to improve the conditions at government schools.

http://www.newindianexpress.com/cities/bengaluru/2017/jun/27/karnataka-plans-to-develop-government-schools-with-help-of-alumni-network-1621225.html

It is an initiative taken by the Karnataka State Commission for Protection of Child Rights, which is being implemented through the district administrations. According to the information available from the commission, all government schools in the state should have ‘alumni associations’ by July 16. 

Kripa Alva, chairperson of the commission said, “I have been personally visiting schools and also meeting officials concerned at district and taluk levels to implement it. We are aiming to complete the formation of associations within a month.”

During my visit to government schools, I got to know that some of them have been developed by their old students. Hence the idea of old students association at government schools struck my mind,” she added.Private schools in the state are already having alumni associations, which help in their development in every possible way.

“These associations hold annual events and support schools financially and morally. We are sure that alumni of respective government schools will also come forward to develop the schools in which they studied,” Alva said. 

How it will be conceptualised
The authorities of all 54,000 government schools will verify the admission registers of last 10 to 25 years. They will  identify the residential address of the students and will send them invitations regarding setting up of old students association. In each letter, the contact number of the head master or the teacher in-charge of the school will be mentioned. Later, an official inauguration of the association will be done, where all students will be invited.

 

 

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Dear Community Members - 

Please note this announcement. Mr. Anantha Narayana Yalaburga who was formerly in our employment as Channel Manager for North Karnataka region is no longer associated with the organization. He does not handle any of our products or offerings and does not represent our interests in any region. Anybody dealing with Mr Yelaburga will be doing so at your own risk. Please do your own assessment and do NOT give money to any one who claims they are representing ISPARK INNOVATIONS. If you come across such a situation please call us directly at ISPARK on phone 080 4093 6921 or email: sridhar@isparkinnovations.net. We have not authorized any party to collect money on bahalf of us.

Thank you and Best Regards, 

Sridhar

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