ST ALOYSIUS INDUSTRIAL TRAINING INSTITUTE, MANGALORE-575003
Hyundai- St Aloysius ITI Tie up venture Graduation day
100% job placement for MMV students for 3 years in a row
Date: 23rd June, 2018 Venue: St Aloysius Auditorium
Technological advancement is happening at very rapid pace. Thus continuous exposure & adaptation to the changing environment is inevitable. Currently, there exists a wide gap between the skills attained by a student and the actual industrial requirements. As a result, even though jobs are available in the industries, unemployment problem exists among youth. If the training programme is designed so that the students acquire the skills which are required by the industry, he/she can get employed easily.
Realising this need, St Aloysius Industrial Training Institute has entered into joint ventures with the reputed companies in various sectors. One of them is a Tie-up venture with M/S Hyundai Motor India Limited, a leading car manufacturer. This kind of Tie-up with Hyundai Motors is the first and only one in Karnataka.
During this training programme, students of Mechanic Motor Vehicle (MMV) trade go through a well structured, systematic training process. Under this venture, the students will be imparted Hyundai technical training in relation to repair and servicing of Hyundai vehicles. This training is given along with the regular curriculum of NCVT. Under the successful completion of the training, students are recruited by the dealer network of M/s Hyundai Motor India Ltd.
Graduation Day Celebration:
Under this tie-up venture, third graduation day was celebrated on 23rd June, 2018 in St Aloysius ITI. The students were awarded the certificates from Hyundai Motor India ltd. Handing over the certificates, Mr G. Sathish kumar from Hyundai training centre said, “We have this tie-up venture with St Aloysius ITI as a part of our CSR initiative. It has been a very fruitful and successful collaboration with St Aloysius ITI. The students of this institution stand out in the crowd due to their workmanship, discipline, knowledge and dedication. This institution never compromises on the quality of education. This venture has created a win-win situation to the company as well as the institution”. He thanked the Management of St Aloysius ITI for the support extended in the successful implementation of the training programme. He also felicitated the trainers- Mr Karthik from M/s Advaith Hyundai and Mr Robin Vas from St Aloysius ITI.
Certificates were also distributed to the students of ‘Centre of Excellence’ on successful completion of their course. ‘Centre of Excellence’ or COE is a special course designed to impart skills in multiple disciplines to the students. Multi-skilled technicians are in very much demand in the modern industries. In COE course, students are trained in Refrigeration & air-conditioning, electrical, welder and plumber trades.
The Chief Guest of the programme was Mr Sumith Rao, proprietor of M/s Olympus Refrigeration. Addressing the students he said, “I am an alumnus of St Aloysius and my school days are still fresh in my memory. This is a great college. Any college is not for a particular caste or religion. All colleges belong to all religions and it is particularly true about St Aloysius. Technology is driving the present world and youth should learn to make the positive use of technology and mass media communication. If one wastes his time in unproductive use of social media like whatsapp, he cannot build his road to success. On the other hand the social media can be an effective tool in achieving success if used productively. The future belongs to the people with technical abilities. We have more number of engineers or diploma holders than needed by the industry. In fact industry needs large number of ITI graduates, but their supply is limited. In very near future, we will see ITI graduates earning much higher than Engineers/medical/Business graduates. Values, honesty and ethics are needed for building a long term successful career”. The president of the programme Rev Fr Dionysius Vaz SJ- Rector of St Aloysian Institutions congratulated the students on their successful completion of the course and said, “In our institutions we not only give academic education, we also give them life skills. As a potter uses both his hands to make a pot- one hand to shape the inner part and the other to shape the outer part, we too need to have inner character built with values and outer life rooted in service of others. Only then, we would be able to live a meaningful and fruitful life.” He thanked the parents for entrusting them to the institution to shape their future and asked the students to take care of their parents, especially when they reach their old age. The Director of the institution Rev Fr Eric Mathias SJ said, “We train our students to be the best in their respective fields as well as their life. Punctuality, Generosity in work and being passionate about whatever one does creates success. Our students are the best of the lot and we are sure those who recruit our students for their firms will definitely get benefitted by their character, commitment and discipline. Our students are excelling in their careers and we have plenty of success stories to share”.
Job offer letters were distributed to the students by Mr Ganesh Prasad- General Manager, M/s Kanchana Hyundai and Mr Sukesh P- Service Manager, M/s Advaith Hyundai. Mr Vincent Mendonsa- Principal of the institution extended a cordial welcome to all and Mr Roshan Dsouza- Vice Principal proposed vote of thanks. Other dignitaries on the dais were Mr Sunil Kumar- Hyundai regional team; Mr Geoff- a volunteer from U.K. and Mr Romius Dsouza- Training Officer of the institution. Mr Robin Vas conducted the whole programme. Students presented a colourful cultural program. The celebration concluded with the National anthem.