Vocational training

Tata Excellence in Education Program and JNTVTI Launch Vocational Training Program for Students in Jamshedpur

Jamshedpur, July 27: Tata Educational Excellence Program (TEEP), in collaboration with JN Tata Vocational Training Institute (JNTVTI), has launched a vocational training program at Kasidih High School. This mandatory 3-month program has been piloted for Standard 9 students.

The program is integrated into the school curriculum and takes place in a recreational classroom with the option to choose from three vocational skills. It includes hands-on, hands-on training as well as a short course book on the basic theoretical concepts of the skills. The training aims to meet a set of performance criteria to ensure a satisfactory level of competence for students in understanding the skill.

Chanakya Chaudhary, Chair of the Executive Committee of TEEP and Vice President of General Services of Tata Steel, Ruchi Narendran, Member of the Executive Committee of TEEP and Managing Director of the JUSCO Education Mission Foundation (JEM) graced the occasion with their presence. AF Madon, JEM Foundation Trustee, TEEP Executive Committee Member, Dr. Pankaj Kumar, Total Quality Management & Corporate Quality Assurance (CQA) Head, Tata Steel, Tripti Srivastava, TEEP Committee Member & Designated TQM & CQA Head, Tata Steel, MK Verma, Director of JNTVTI also attended the inauguration ceremony.

Francis Joseph, Principal of Kasidih High School, highlighted the need and relevance of the vocational training program, while Ankur Gandotra, Head of Total Quality Management, TEEP and Business Assessments, Tata Steel shared the main points strengths of the program.

Jaya Singh Panda, Chief Learning & Development and Chief Diversity Officer, Tata Steel, also present on this occasion, spoke about the efforts made to plan this program and added that once this program is piloted and launched, not anymore. of skills would be added to this program, keeping in mind the interests of the students.

After officially inaugurating the Vocational Training Program Course Manual, Ruchi Narendran hailed the initiative as an agile and proactive measure by the school, TEEP and JNTVTI to align with the National Education Policy (NEP 2020).

After a short cultural program by students, Chanakya Chaudhary addressed the assembly. He affirmed that the objective of this program is in line with the country’s emphasis on formalizing the skills sector, stimulating entrepreneurship and building skills through vocational education. He also appreciated the efforts of Kasidih High School to start this program and hopes to implement it in other schools in the future. The program ended with a vote of thanks from TEEP Team Manager, Vidya Battiwalla.