India’s Ministry of Human Resource Development recently accredited iTEP and plans to implement it in a career training and certification program that will reach one million young people over the next year.
The India Express announced the partnership in its August 5 edition, calling iTEP “an innovative assessment tool which provides its users with unmatched efficiency, convenience, comprehensiveness and affordability.”
India is the latest country to use iTEP for a large-scale government initiative, following Colombia and Saudi Arabia who have done the same in recent years.
“We’re thrilled to be working with the government of India, and honored that a major Indian news outlet has already taken note,” says iTEP Chairman Perry Akins. “We hope to give them more good news to report.”