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Tata Technologies signs MoA to upgrade 65 ITIs

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Tata Technologies, a global engineering and product development digital services company, has signed a 5-year Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with the Government of Telangana to modernise 65 government ITIs at a cost of Rs 2,324 crore.
This collaboration is an extension of Tata Technologies’ efforts to support projects of high social impact and complement the efforts of the Telangana Government to enhance the availability of skilled talent and attract investments from companies planning manufacturing facilities in Telangana.
The upgraded Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) will serve as Skill Development Centres, strengthening the technical skills of students.
The Chief Minister pointed out that a huge gap is visible between the courses offered and the requirements of industries. He said the skill development training project will bridge this gap and make available courses that provide more jobs to youth.
The Telangana government has launched various skill development initiatives to empower its workforce and support the state’s manufacturing and MSME industries. The collaboration between Tata Technologies and the Telangana government will bolster the government’s efforts to phase out courses with limited relevance.
Tata Technologies is collaborating with 20 global industry partners to upgrade ITIs, which will offer eight long-term courses and 23 short-term courses that cater to Industry 4.0, training over 9,000 students on long-term courses and 1,00,000 students on short-term courses annually. The modernisation of the ITIs will facilitate upskilling in Product Design & Development, Product Verification and Virtual Analysis, Design for Artisans and Handicrafts, Additive manufacturing (3D printing), Modern Automotive Maintenance Repair and Overhaul, Battery Electric Vehicle Training, IoT and Digital Instrumentation, Process Control and Automation with HMI, PLC SCADA, Advanced Manufacturing and Prototyping, Industrial Robotics, AI-based Virtual Welding & Painting, Advanced Plumbing, Digital Meters and Agriculture.

The MOA signing ceremony was attended by Chief Minister Revanth Reddy and the leadership team of Tata Technologies.
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