Cabinet approves New buildings for German Technical Training Institutes in Belagavi and Mangaluru
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Cabinet approves New buildings for German Technical Training Institutes in Belagavi and Mangaluru

Proposed building of KGTTI, Belagavi

The Karnataka Cabinet on Wednesday decided to build high-tech & Modern buildings for Karnataka German Technical Training Institutes in Belagavi and Mangaluru.

About KGTTI Belagavi : Karnataka German Technical Training Institute (KGTTI) established it’s sister institute in Belagavi in 2015 by Karnataka German Multi Skill Development Centre (KGMSDC) society. The primary mission of the Training Center is to conduct a broad based multidisciplinary vocational training in various Industrial Technical Fields, directed towards the development of skills and trades and to become a world class training center that represents specialized trade training programs in alignment with the Industry requirements across the globe. Sister institutes are set up at Bangalore, Belagavi, Kalaburgi and Hubballi.

All programs follow German vocational education and training standards that are demand oriented and directly imply a close relationship with industry. To provide International Standards and Hands-on training the center is equipped with extensive state-of-art training facilities which are incomparable.

With its world-class vocational training centers, KGTTI has set a benchmark in skill development. The focus is to offer skill-specific training that will help students find excellent job opportunities in the global workplace and encourage entrepreneurship among the youth.

Proposed building of KGTTI, Belagavi

Also Read : Karnataka German Technical Training Institute (KGTTI), Belagavi

KGMSDC This KGMSDC society is recognized by Government of India and Government of Karnataka with technical support of German International Services (GIZ-IS). KGMSDC is a registered society formed under Society Registration Act 1960. The registered society has members from Government of India and Government of Karnataka, complemented by local stakeholders and representatives of industries, chambers and academia

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