Tata Strive, Kalinga Mines Sign Memorandum of Understanding for the Development of Life Skills in ITI

Bhubaneswar: Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between the Tata Community Initiative Trust (TCIT) and Kalinga Mining Corporation Pvt Ltd (KMCPL) for the development of life skills at the Institute for Industrial Training (ITI).
The Memorandum of Understanding was signed by Ashok Kumar Mohanty, General Manager, KMCPL and Ameya Vanjari, Technology and Innovation Leader in the name of Tata Strive in the presence of former Chairman of the Odisha Skill Development Authority, Subroto Bagchi and Secretary-General, SD & TE, Sanjay Kumar Singh.
According to the agreement, Tata Strive will train around 27,000 students in all 49 government ITIs in 2019-2020.
Through this training, students will learn the skills of employability such as overall quality management, sustainability, security and design thinking.
On this occasion, there were present Director, OSDA cum Director, Employment, Rajesh Prabhakar Patil, Director, DTE & T, Nirmala Chandra Mishra and other senior officers.

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