Morung Express News
Dimapur | July 29
Nagaland Tool Room & Training Centre (NTTC), Dimapur is headed for greater heights with the institute introducing AICTE approved Community College programme and an Automobile Workshop attached to the programme in addition to the existing training facilities.
The Community College and the Automobile Workshop was inaugurated on July 29 by the Director, Industries & Commerce, I. Bendangliba. The day also coincided with the valedictory programme of a 6-month training course for youths sponsored by the Ministry of DoNER.
According to the NTTC principal, Er. Petehetuo Miasalhou, 200 youths undertook various Skill Development Courses in addition to placement options for the trainees. The training course had started in January this year with some of the trainees completing their chosen courses and offered job placements in the manufacturing sector.
Stating that a batch of 80 trainees under the programme has already been placed in places like Pune, Hyderabad, Gujarat and also in Nagaland, Er. Miasalhou added that another batch will be leaving for Pune by mid August. The monthly remuneration for the trainees placed in various companies ranges from Rs. 6000-Rs. 16000, he said.
Through the skills learned and skills enhanced, he expressed optimism that the youth from the region would be able to fill the demand-supply the manufacturing sector. Maintaining there is always a solution to a problem, he urged the trainees to take the job placements as an opportunity taking into consideration the employment avenue scenario in the state.
Director Bendagliba, who is also the CEO of the NTTC, in his address at the valedictory function, challenged the trainees to become role models for the educated unemployed youth in Nagaland while showing to the world the worth of the products manufactured at the NTTC. Maintaining there is always a solution to a problem, he urged the trainees to take the job placements as an opportunity taking into consideration the employment sector in the state. While lauding the effort of the officers and staff of the NTTC, he called for greater dedication to “achieve greater heights” for the benefit of the youths and the state.
The Community College at the NTTC with sanction of the AICTE will offer one year certificate course in Manufacturing and Automobile. For more information, log into http://nttcdimapur.org.in/. The NTTC is also an AICTE approved institute recognized by the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India. It is only the second such institute in the north east after the Tool Room & Training Centre in Guwahati.