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Toyota Technical Training Institute celebrates graduation of its 10th Batch

Aug 01, 2019

For an industry that is struggling with a dearth of entry-level talent, TTTI inculcates world- class skills training to youth.

Bidadi: Toyota Technical Training Institute (TTTI), an institute designed to train bright talents from the rural corners of Karnataka, today celebrated its 10th convocation ceremony and conferred academic degrees to 42 students from the outgoing batch of 2016-19.

For an industry that is struggling with a dearth of entry-level talent, TTTI inculcates world- class skills training to youth from the economically weaker sections of the society in rural Karnataka and provides a comprehensive three-year program that focuses on their holistic development with knowledge, skill, body and attitude.

With a structure that ensures the highest standard of education, the curriculum offers a unique blend of complete learning experience, along with basic subjects, recreational activities and comprehensive training on automobile assembly, automobile paint, automobile weld and mechatronics. In addition, students are given practical training by applying the world renowned ‘Toyota Production Systems’ to the various manufacturing processes at the Toyota plant in Bidadi. Since its inception, the institute has trained over 573 students who have been inducted at Toyota Kirloskar Motor and other Toyota Group companies.

Congratulating the students, Takayuki Kitagawa, Consul General of Japan, Bangalore, said “I am very much pleased to be a part the 10th Convocation Ceremony of Toyota Technical Training Institute, which is helping shape a brighter future for the talented youth from economically disadvantaged backgrounds in Karnataka. We encourage more OEMs to follow this example so that they provide standard employable skills for more Indian youth. This would also definitely narrow the skill gap existing in the country and contribute to equalizing the skills required in the dynamic and ever evolving auto industry. This kind of initiatives will be facilitated by the collaboration in the area of skill development and technical exchanges among factories concerned.”

Appreciating Toyota’s vision in making the industry tomorrow ready, Chief Guest, Ajay Kumar said, “India is a young country and we have some extraordinarily talented youngsters who must be nurtured and provided with the best possible training and opportunities to excel in the competitive society. We need more corporates like Toyota Kirloskar Motor to support Government’s Skill India initiative to create better opportunities, and platforms for the development of their talents. I would also like to congratulate the faculty and staff at Toyota Technical Training Institute for their efforts towards enhancing the skill set and employability of the rural youth and applaud all the outgoing students a bright future and a successful career.”

Established in the year 2007 as a part of Toyota’s social initiatives, the first batch of students from TTTI received their academic degrees in 2010 in the gracious presence of Dr. Abdul Kalam, Former President of India. The institute is a fully residential school. The objective of TTTI is to develop good corporate citizens equipped with Toyota specific methodologies and create learning opportunities for the deserving individuals. This year TTTI has expanded intake capacity from 64 to 120 students including 5 girls.

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