IAMRInstitute of Applied Medicines & Research (India)
IAMRInstitute of Applied Manpower Research (India)
IAMRInternational Assembly of Migrants and Refugees
IAMRIntelligent Automatic Meter Reading (product; India)
IAMRInstitute of Applied Mathematical Research (Russia)
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The Institute of Applied Manpower Research (IAMR) enrolls some 70 students from across the globe.
(2012), A Proposed National Qualifications Framework for Vocational Education in India, IAMR Occasional Paper No.
The perspective of the migrants themselves was the framework for the other conference, the IAMR that took place in Mexico City just before the government-backed conference.
The IAMR was organized to challenge the view that migration will lead to development for the countries of the global South.
"There is no consideration for the root causes of migration or the difficult and often abusive conditions facing migrants," said Julia Camagong, coordinator of the international secretariat of the IAMR.
Camilo Pe'rez Bustillo, professor of law and one of the speakers at the IAMR, said the massacre of the 72 migrant workers was not an isolated case.
Empirical studies showed that the courses offered by Khadi and Village Industries Corporation (KVIC) were not employment-oriented at all (IAMR, 1997).
Whereas, in India, only 3,80,000 students in classes XI and XII were enrolled in schools under vocational education in 2005-06 (IAMR, 2010a).
IAMR (1997), Study of the Schemes of Khadi & Village Industries Corporation (KVIC), Institute of Applied Manpower Research, Delhi.
Similar efforts are also made by various organizations such as National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC, Skill Gap Analysis Reports), Institute of Applied Manpower Research (IAMR) etc.
IAMR (2010), The Challenges Facing Skill Development in India: an Issue Paper, Institute of Applied Manpower Research, New Delhi