One of the main reasons for unemployment is the lack of skills among the workforce in India – Skills that are required by the Industry. While the Industry is going through a revolution and booming with the push from ‘Make in India’ initiative, it seriously lacks the Skilled Manpower to grow at the pace it intends to. This is one of the issues that KTI aims to address.
Over the last 5 decades, KTI has contributed towards the society’s growth in various ways – directly or indirectly inculcating the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in its own form. Providing affordable education and opportunity for livelihood to the youth has always been the mission since the inception, and today, KTI intends to take it forward in collaboration with various industry partners. Over the years, KTI has tied up with companies to provide quality technical training to its students. Now, under the new program, Nav Umang, KTI will look to reach out to a larger audience in the lower SEC to provide education under the CSR initiatives of the companies.
Nav Umang aims to give the necessary platform to the students to kickstart their career and basic livelihood. KTI has a rich repository of well researched course content for over 70 courses across 13 industry trades. These courses are NSDC affiliated and approved by the Sector Skill Councils (SSC) – which means they are aligned to the requirement of the industry. With this vast experience in Technical Training, KTI becomes the apparent choice for Corporates who wants to participate in educational CSR initiatives in the areas of their operation.
For the organisations who are exploring CSR initiatives outside the expertise of their primary business offering, should give high importance to the delivery of services to the audience they wish to address. In the education sector, KTI holds the baton for supreme quality training delivery – which lends itself very well for Corporate CSR initiatives, without re-inventing the wheel in delivering technical job-oriented education.