The training options will include beauty therapy, hairdressing, carpentry, tailoring, auto-mechanics, cell-phone servicing, medical transcription and a Microsoft-certified course in systems engineering.
Of the 54 places offered in this intake round, 30 are in hairdressing and beauty therapy, six in cookery and five in tailoring.
The courses will be held in Bangalore, south India, from November 17. Registration is at local settlement offices or the Home Department, with an October 15 deadline.
The CTA's internet site states that those taking the medical transcription course can expect a salary of Rs 8,000 to Rs 10,000 per month in their first job, rising quickly with experience.
The CTA are also offering loans to those who complete the courses and want start their own business.
Full details can be found at http://tibet.net/en/index.php?id=ann&annid=33&tab=7
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