Development of any country depends not only on the available natural resources but also on the quality of human resources who can productively use technology for economic growth of the country. Thus skilled manpower with knowledge are the need of the hour and I.T.I’s Play a vital role in training the students so that they can face the challenges of getting good employment opportunities as well become entrepreneurs themselves.
Er. Sashmita Behere
She is a science graduate who joined ITI Puri in Electrician Trade.She has won several awards like the Rashtrapati Award from Hon’ble President Sri A.P.J. Abdul Kalam in 2008, CME award in 2012, DRM awards in 2013, 2014 and 2017 and Hon’ble Chief Minister’s award in 2017 from Sri Naveen Patnaik.
He is a Senior Technician at Vishakhapatnam Steel Plant, earning Rs 42,000 per month. Brunda Hembram is from a poor tribal family of Kapolvia in Mayurbhanj who was desperately looking for a job. So when he got a chance to study at Govt ITI, Puri, he happily joined it. He completed Electronic Mechanic course in 2008 and landed the job.
Susrita Rath from Birabhadrapur in Puri district enrolled in Govt ITI, Puri, after her graduation. She completed Electronic Mechanic course in 1997 and went on to work as a PTGI at the institute. Later she also worked as an ATO at C.V Raman ITI and in 2010 joined as an ATO in Electronic Mechanic at KIIT ITI, BBSR. She draws a salary of Rs 35,000 per month.
Nrusingha Nayak belongs to a farmer family of Deulapada village in Puri who joined Govt ITI, Puri, after Plus II Science with the hope of getting employed early. He completed the Electronic Mechanic course in 2007.He is now a Loco Pilot with East Coast Railway and earns Rs 40,000 per month. Nrusingha is now an inspiration for the youth of his area
Subrat Kumar Dikhit, who is from Birapurusottampur village in Puri district, is a Technician in Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) at Sunabeda in Koraput. He has completed Fitter course in 2009 from Govt ITI, Puri. He completed the course successfully and got an opportunity to teach there. Subrat draws a salary of Rs 35,000 per month.
Banambar Sahoo enrolled for Fitter trade at Govt ITI, Puri, and completed the course in 2009. Soon he was selected as a Loco Pilot in the Indian Railways. He topped the training course and is now employed with the East Coast Railway. Banambar draws a salary of Rs 50,000 per month and has managed to bring his family out of poverty.
The ITI , Puri a Premier ,Leading Technical Institution established in the year 1966 has been a mission to produce Skilled , Committed & Talented Technicians to contribute for the Shake of Nations Building which leads to Global Competitiveness &Industrialisation.
The Institute is upgraded in imparting quality training under PPP Scheme by the DGE&T ,Ministry of Labour & Employment ,Govt. of India ,New Delhi in the year 2007-08
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