Talks are underway to have a tie up with Intel and Ministry of MSME to facilitate the Central Tool Room, Bhubaneswar for providing skill on Internet Of Things (IoT).
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people that are provided with unique identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.
Surendra Nath Tripathy, Development Commissioner MSME in the Ministry of MSME and other senior officials are in touch with the world’s largest and high valued semiconductor chip maker for such an innovative initiative.
Intel is the inventor of the x86 series of microprocessors: the processors found in most Personal Computers (PCs). Intel supplies processors for computer system manufacturers such as Apple, Lenovo (formerly IBM), HP, and Dell.
Ministry of MSME is taking up the project under Technology Centre Systems Program (TCSP) and Central Tool Room and Training Centre, Bhubaneswar has been selected for Intel Initiative, which is first of its kind in India.
Talks are progressing in a positive mode and once finalized, it will facilitate for the first time that Intel will train boys and girls in Odisha on IoT.
At least 1000 Engineering Graduates will be trained in the Central Tool Room and Training Centre (CTRTC), Bhubaneswar, which is providing High End technical skilling to boys and girls every year.
On an average nearly 30,000 youth are being trained every year with various skills and out of them 95 Percent find Blue Colour Jobs in the Industries. Skill Training is provided on Space and Avionics Industry, sources said.
CTRTC, Bhubaneswar is the top most Central Tool Rooms out of 18 Tool Rooms of the Country under Ministry of MSME. During 2016-17, Ministry of MSME has provided Rs.850 Crore for development and modernization of Nine Central Tool Rooms including CTRTC Bhubaneswar.
Over Rs.150 Crore has already been invested in CTRTC, Bhubaneswar and over Rs.30 Crore more is pumped in by the Government of India in 2016-17. At least Rs.8.82 Crore will be spent on building and Rs.22 Crore for high tech machineries.
While Intel Initiative for Central Tool Room is a new move, earlier Ministry of MSME took up a Joint Initiative with Samsung India for providing skilling.
Several Central Tool Rooms including CTRTC, Bhubaneswar, in which Samsung has set up Samsung Technical Schools for Advance Repair & Industrial Skill Enhancement (ARISE).
Samsung is providing training on repair and maintenance of various Electrical and Electronic Appliances, Mobile, Smart Phones, Washing Machine, Refrigerator, Air Conditioner and Micro Wave Ovens.
Placement of trained personnel is almost cent percent as there is huge requirement of such technical personnel in the country, said sources.
In fact Samsung is recruiting these boys and girls. After the training is complete, examination is conducted as per Samsung Standard and successful candidates are absorbed by Samsung or other appliances manufacturing and service Industry.
A number of successfully trained personnel are also establishing their own enterprises for undertaking service and maintenance of appliances, sources said in Ministry of MSME.