Out of the overall 149 ITIs (Industrial Training Institute) in Bihar, 67 have their very own buildings whereas building work is underway for the remaining 82, a senior official mentioned.
The chief minister mentioned this whereas directing the Labour Resources Department throughout an in depth presentation for organising Centre of Excellence within the 149 ITIs, with the assist of Tata Technologies.
During the presentation, the chief minister requested the officials to make preparations for offering each on-line and offline courses to the scholars in all of the institutes.
“Students should learn new technology so that they get better employment opportunities. The number of trainers at ITIs should also be increased as per the requirement,” Kumar mentioned.
Speaking on the event, Labour Resources Minister Jivesh Kumar mentioned, the federal government will full the job of organising Centre of Excellence in 60 ITIs by March 2022.
Around 15,000 college students can be given coaching yearly in these institutes in order that they get employment alternatives each inside and out of doors the nation.
Principal Secretary of the Labour Resources Department Mihir Kumar Singh mentioned, 60 ITIs have been chosen within the first section the place Centre of Excellence can be arrange, for which Rs 2,188 crore can be spent.
Tata Technologies will bear 88 per cent of the fee whereas the state authorities will share 12 per cent of the expenditure, Singh mentioned.
Tata Technologies will cooperate with the ITIs with trainers, present new upraded instruments equipment in addition to serving to them formulate syllabus, the principal secretary mentioned.