WPFL & NSDC – The helping catalysts at WorldSkills Kazan 2019

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Walchand PeopleFirst (WPFL) and National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), the helping hands behind the success of India at WorldSkills Kazan 2019

Walchand PeopleFirst Ltd. (WPFL) collaborated with National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) in order to keep up the spirits of the Indian participants for WorldSkills Competition 2019 held in Kazan, Russia. The Indian participants were selected based on WorldSkills India competition, an initiative by NSDC under the aegis of Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), Government of India.

The helping catalysts
Walchand PeopleFirst Ltd. worked concurrently with National Skill Development Corporation towards excellence by building on skills to help the participants emerge as a winner. The sessions conducted during the three-day training workshops were basically on self-developing subjects like high-energy, self-motivation, open & supportive environment, fun & engagement and experiential learning. The expert team from Walchand PeopleFirst was the catalyst in helping them transform into a more confident, resilient and self-aware individual. These three days triggered a reaction that leads to success in Kazan’19.

Champions soaring high
Covering all the pedestals, the Indian contingent won four medals and 15 medallions of excellence. This made India rank on the 13th position out of 63 countries. S Aswatha Narayana from Odisha won a gold medal in water technology, Pranav Nutalapati from Karnataka won a silver medal in web technologies, Sanjoy Pramanik from West Bengal won the bronze medal in jewellery and Shweta Ratanpura from Maharashtra also won the bronze medal in graphic designing. The three-day workshop triggered a reaction that led to the success of India in Kazan’19.

Walchand PeopleFirst Ltd. (WPFL) collaborated with National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) in order to keep up the spirits of the Indian participants for WorldSkills Competition 2019 held in Kazan, Russia. The Indian participants were selected based on WorldSkills India competition, an initiative by NSDC under the aegis of Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), Government of India.

The helping catalysts

Walchand PeopleFirst Ltd. worked concurrently with National Skill Development Corporation towards excellence by building on skills to help the participants emerge as a winner. The sessions conducted during the three-day training workshops were basically on self-developing subjects like high-energy, self-motivation, open & supportive environment, fun & engagement and experiential learning. The expert team from Walchand PeopleFirst was the catalyst in helping them transform into a more confident, resilient and self-aware individual. These three days triggered a reaction that leads to success in Kazan’19.

Champions soaring high
Covering all the pedestals, the Indian contingent won four medals and 15 medallions of excellence. This made India rank on the 13th position out of 63 countries. S Aswatha Narayana from Odisha won a gold medal in water technology, Pranav Nutalapati from Karnataka won a silver medal in web technologies, Sanjoy Pramanik from West Bengal won the bronze medal in jewellery and Shweta Ratanpura from Maharashtra also won the bronze medal in graphic designing. The three-day workshop triggered a reaction that led to the success of India in Kazan’19.

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