The Rayat Bahra group of institutions is coming up with a skill development centre in Malwa region. The said centre would provide necessary skills to school drop outs and matriculates to help them get jobs in leading automobile industries.
Online PR News – 15-May-2014 – Punjab – The skill development centre can help youth from poor families who failed acquire formal degrees due economic handicap. They can now acquire engineering degrees and diploma’s by completing credits as fixed by the AICTE in the proposed centre.
The Chairman of Rayat Bahra group of institutions, GS Bahra said that ITI, diploma holders and semi-skilled labourers working in industry can now acquire formal engineering degrees in Skill Development Centers recognized by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE).
He said that it was novel scheme started by AICTE for semi-skilled labourers who cannot acquire formal degrees due to financial constraints.
The Rayat Bahra Institute Skill Development center at Kharar has already been recognized by the AICTE for imparting academic and vocational training to help semi-skilled labour acquire formal degree in auto electrical and electronics.
Gurvinder Singh Bahra said that the Skill Development Centre would help those who gain skills in industry over a period of time to acquire formal degrees so that they can get higher jobs.
We have collaboration with Volkswagen, Maruti, Volvo Eicher and Bosch in its skill development center. The industry has provided its latest technology to imparting training to students coming there. The people from industry are involved in the process of training to students. The unemployed youth taking training there are also assured 100 percent placement.
Former Chairman of AICTE, RA Yadav is also associated with Rayat Bahra Skill Development Centre that has been recognized under the National Vocational Educational Qualification Framework (NVEQF).
Under Skill Development Programs approved by the AICTE there are seven certification levels that can fetch bachelors, diploma or certificates for students undertaking training there. For acquiring a degree students would have to complete 600 to 700 hours of vocational training and 300 to 400 hours of academic traning at the AICTE recognized centers as Rayat Bahra center at Kharar. For acquiring diploma the student has to complete 300-400 hours of vocational training and 600-700 hours of academic training.
The students who complete the said training would be given diploma by the state technical board and bachelor’s degree by the state technical university as per the AICTE mandate, Gurvinder Singh Bahra said.
In the auto electrical and electronics course being offered by Rayat Bahra skill development center in academics the students are imparted training in Mathematics, science, social science, power wiring diagrams and lighting systems in modern vehicles.
The Chairman of the group, GS Bahra said that are courses floated by the AICTE under the NVEQF are ideal for students from poor families who cannot bear the burden of formal education. Such students while doing jobs as skilled or semi-skilled labourers in organized and unorganized sectors can undertake formal education in technical sector.
The certification provided by Volkswagen company in Rayat Bahra Skill Development Centre is recognized at International level he said.