A quite relevant tie up happened recently between the George Telegraph Training Institute (GTTI) and Srei Sahaj in order to raise the employment opportunities of rural youth. The tie up happened for vocational training of rural youth.
The tie up happened in the presence of the director of George Telegraph Group, Subrata Dutta, principal of GTTI, Gora Dutta, Ravi Mandapaka, vice president, E- learning, Srei Saraj E-village Limited and Umesh Rao, president sales and marketing, Srei Sahaj.
The programme is likely to start by December end or early January. In the course, vocational courses like electronic and telecommunication engineering, computer hardware engineering, mobile and telephone technician, audio video engineering, etc will be provided through e classes.
The association says, “Best learning service will be provided and quality will not be compromised in any sector. Also, to make it easier for the youths of rural areas, the learning will be provided in local languages.”
“Srei Sahaj will conduct an independent and un-biased online examination of the students to enhance the value of the programmes by the GTTI. A joint certificate by Sahaj and the GTTI will also be issued on the successful completion of the examination,” say members of association.
According to the director of George Telegraph training institute, Subrata Dutta, “We are very proud to have joined hands with Srei Sahaj and we are hopeful that this association will benefit our institute and our students immensely. The idea is to reach the youth of those remote villages who need an opportunity to grow in life.
Some other vocational courses which can be included in the programme are web designing, skill development programme and speaking English courses.