Ravina Bhatti won regional and national rounds to represent India at WorldSkills competition in Leipzig, Germany.
Neha Chande, 2015
Neha Chande became the first ever Indian, among 100 contestants to win the medallion in WorldSkills competition held in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Shealso won the Gold Medal in World Skill Oceania Competition.
Karishma Gupta, 2017
2017 – Karishma Gupta again showcased the Best Talent & bettered India’s position to 6th in the world by winning a Medallion of Excellence in World Skills Competition held in Abu Dhabi
Mahima Gandhi, 2019
Mahima Gandhi best in the Country after winning State Championship, Regional Round & then the National to represent India inworld Skills Competition held in Kazan, Russia
Being chosen by the Government of India for three consecutive years as the Official National Beauty Skill Expert, it gives me immense pleasure and pride to be able to coach and advise students from all over the country to perform on an International platform. We have a vast reservoir of talent that needs to be tapped into, so that more dreams can become realities. We look forward to many more success stories from India.
World Skills India is an initiative of the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). Through this initiative, NSDC has been leading the country’s participation at World Skills International Competitions.