Gadchiroli Nov. 16 (District Correspondent) The Centre for Invention, Innovation, Incubation and Training (CIIIT) was inaugurated at the hands of Chief Minister Eknath Shinde in association with the state government, district administration and Tata Technology Limited to promote industry-based training in the district and develop the skills of students in the district in the Gondwana University premises here on Wednesday.
This training centre is equipped with modern technology and equipment. Mr. Shinde inspected and took information of the Centre from the authorities.
While speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister expressed his belief that not only youths will be trained through this training centre but also entrepreneurs will be created from districts like Gadchiroli and the overall economic development of Gadchiroli will be boosted. With the opening of a centre, many opportunities for training and employment will be available to the youth of Gadchiroli, he hoped.
The state is focusing on developing infrastructure in the district with a view to overall development of the district, the chief minister said adding that action is being taken rapidly regarding roads, railways, communication facilities, mobile network and we are trying to connect Gadchiroli district by air by developing an airport in the district.
CIIIT has been set up to promote industry-based training in tribal remote and Naxal affected district like Gadchiroli. In this training centre, the students will be trained through nine different technical experiment schools in relation to the development of advanced technical skills according to the needs of the industry. This centre will be run through Collectorate and Gondwana University. Training will be given in the design and production of modern mechanical equipment, robotic line, assembly line, electric based vehicles, various parts of vehicles.
Deputy Inspector General of Police Sandeep Patil, District Collector Sanjay Meena, Superintendent of Police Neelotpal, Tata Technology Gadchiroli Project Manager Gajanan Javanjalkar and Project Assistant Jeevan Kale were present in this program.