A Kerala-based NGO will today get the prestigious UNESCO Confucius Prize for Literacy for its education connected aptitude improvement exercises at a function in Paris.
The Jan Sikshan Sansthan (JSS), situated in state's Malappuram, has stowed the recompense for its exercises in the field of long lasting training and ability improvement program in country territories – expecting to help underprivileged people accomplish better occupation.
JSS Malappuram administrator and Rajya Sabha part PV Abdul Wahab and the unit's executive V Ummerkoya will get the recompense at the function that will likewise stamp 50th commemoration festivities of UNESCO's proficiency programs, an announcement said.
Training Ministers from UNESCO's part states are relied upon to go to the capacity, in which third release of Global Report on Adult Learning and Education (GRALE 3) will be dispatched.
A board dialog to recognize between relations amongst proficiency and other feasible improvement objectives will likewise be held.
As indicated by the announcement, the MP will introduce his perspectives on actualizing a system receiving a between sectoral approach connecting proficiency with horticulture and different vocations.
He will likewise answer the test for such a project and strategies to beat it amid the board examination which will be directed by Chakroun Borhene, Chief of Section, Youth, Literacy and Skill Development, UNESCO and displayed by Arne Carlsen, Director, UNSECO Institute for Lifelong Learning, it said.