Andhra Pradesh wins 7 gold in India Skill Competitions
Deccan Chronicle.| dc correspondent
The AP state skill development corporation (APSSDC) has provided training to these candidates for 90 days
Around 500 candidates have competed in 54 trades, showcasing their skills. ( DC Image)
Vijayawada: Andhra Pradesh has won seven gold, four silver, two bronze and four medallions of excellence at the India Skill Competitions held in Delhi from January 6 to 10.
AP stood 6th at national level with a tally of 17 medals. The winners qualify to attend World Skills Competition, an international skill competition conducted once every two years in Shanghai, China, and held in October this year.
Around 500 candidates have competed in 54 trades, showcasing their skills. Some 30 candidates from 17 trades have participated from Andhra Pradesh.
The AP state skill development corporation (APSSDC) has provided training to these candidates for 90 days.
The winners of the gold, silver and bronze medals in India Skills Competition will be provided further training by NSDC for two months to enable them successfully participate in the World Skills Competition at Shanghai. Around 80 countries would participate in this contest.
APSSDC chairman Ajay Reddy and MD Bangara Raju congratulated the winners.
The gold winners are P. Sriman Narayana in Additive Manufacturing, P Sreekar Sai in Cloud Computing, Srihari in Cyber Security, K Eswar in Electronics, Lavanya Sai Kumar in Mobile Application Development, Srinivas in Mobile Robotics and Pavan Kumar in Mobile Robotics won Gold medals.