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TSSC & Duranc to Launch Skill Centres for Futuristic Technologies

TSSC will be supplying training content, a network of training partners, industry connect, NOS as per industry demand, institutionalize accreditation process for training providers, assessment and certification of assessors

The Telecom Sector Skill Council (TSSC) has partnered with Duranc Tech Services Private Limited to set up Skill Centres at the Duranc Centre in Hyderabad and NIT Patna for training in remote surveillance and allied technologies.

TSSC Duranc Skill CentresThey signed an MoU outlining the roles and responsibilities of each organization for creating training modules and mapping job roles in this segment.

“This is the right time to invest in capacity building for jobs like remote surveillance which leverages futuristic technologies like AI and IoT. More than 15,00,000 cameras have already been proposed/installed across various cities in India. Initiatives like Smart cities will run their advanced solutions that incorporate video analytics, facial recognition, night vision cameras, and high-definition Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) cameras through the smartly connected camera and sensor systems. Soon, more cities will release mandates for camera installations. We need to have the workforce ready for installing, operating, and maintaining these large systems efficiently.” said Arvind Bali, CEO, TSSC.

Duranc Co-Founder, D.P. Sreenivas said “Technology is a great enabler and when it comes to monitoring systems, video surveillance integrated with analytics is the next big technology. It is the cornerstone of features like traffic analysis, facial recognition, crowd management and so on from local to a global level. We at Duranc strive to raise awareness about the need for surveillance and its impact on our future. Cities like Indore, Hyderabad and Delhi already feature in the list of top twenty cities with the highest surveillance cameras density per one thousand population. We provide easy setup and access using the latest cloud-based surveillance that generates data you can act on. We will help TSSC create courses at multiple levels around the future of surveillance.”

The MoU focuses on providing skilling/reskilling/upskilling for aspiring candidates thereby enhancing their employability through training in innovative technologies.

This includes identifying additional skill centres across India to facilitate smooth training. The CoE will also run a ‘Train the Trainer/Assessor’ program for certifying trainers and assessors.

TSSC will be supplying training content, a network of training partners, industry connect, NOS as per industry demand, institutionalize accreditation process for training providers, assessment and certification of assessors, trainers, and trainees, all of which would be endorsed by the industry+ for these job roles. The lab setup will cater to high-end courses in surveillance and analysis technology.

Duranc will host the lab setup and all equipment necessary for the training. They will provide the Subject Matter Experts required to train the trainers and assessors. They will additionally provide case studies for proper implementation for these job roles/functions.

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