Singapore and Bhutan signed a Memorandum of Understanding on the establishment of Model Technical Training Centres (MTTC) in the Technical Training Institute (TTI) of Thimphu and TTI of Khuruthang on Tuesday.
We must equip the next gen with the right skills for post-Covid econ recovery. And intl collab must continue despite pandemic.
Today 🇸🇬🇧🇹 inked an MOU to establish vocational training centres in Bhutan: negotiated & signed virtually, & to be executed virtually in early phases. pic.twitter.com/doBaarf2At
— Singapore in India (@SGinIndia) June 29, 2021
The objective of the agreement is to establish the 2 MTTCs which offer high-quality practice-oriented skills training for Bhutanese youths to meet the growing demand for skilled manpower in Automotive Technology (AT) and Facility Technology – Mechanical & Electrical (FT-ME).
The agreement was signed by Sonam Tobgay, Director of Bilateral Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bhutan, and Simon Wong, Ambassador of Singapore to Bhutan. Both Bhutan and Singapore are close friends of India.