AIAT’s strategy on Skill Education

 AIAT’s strategy in conducting training addresses the issues of the stakeholders: trainees and industry.

Needs of trainees: 

Availability of a stipend to finance skill training: AIAT enables trainees for an industrial stipend to approximately 160 youth in 2019 under the Dual System of Training in 4 courses (Electronic Mechanic, Fitter, Welder and Information and Communication Technology and Maintenance). For that AIAT has tied up with 9 companies.

Employability: industrial practice, sound subject knowledge and hard and soft skills are key to employability.

For trainees who learn better by doing: the training is conducted applying student’s centric, interactive and project based learning.

Vertical mobility in education: additional courses for equivalent certification to 12th standard under NIOS will be offered to ITI trainees. This equivalent certificate would enable a trainee to join an undergraduate course at any university in India. 

Industrial need:

To meet the industrial demand of qualification, AIAT trainees learn industrial processes and multi-skills on projects; trainees learn the fitter trade, operation of turning and milling machines, AutoCAD, working on sheet metal machines, etc.

The Dual System of Training addresses the needs of industry for employees trained as per today’s industrial requirement.