Community College of CUTN Signs MOU with ELGI Equipments Limited

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The Community College of the Central University of Tamil Nadu has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with ELGI Equipments Limited, an Indian multinational air compressor producing company. A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), ELGI Vocational Training School (EVTS) was signed between Prof. R. Thirumurugan, Registrar, Central University of Tamil Nadu, and Mr Bheemsingh Melchisedec, Director-Operations, ELGI Equipments Limited. The signing took place in the presence of the esteemed Vice Chancellor of the Central University of Tamil Nadu, Prof M. Krishnan.

This collaborative effort marks a significant milestone in the field of vocational education. Through this MOU, the Community College of CUTN will introduce a three-year Bachelor of Vocation (B.Voc) program in Manufacturing Technology under the National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF). The program aims to equip students with practical skills and theoretical knowledge essential for a successful career in the manufacturing industry.

Under this unique partnership, approximately 300 students will have the opportunity to pursue the vocational course. The Community College of CUTN will be responsible for delivering the theoretical components of the curriculum, while ELGI Equipments Limited, based in Coimbatore, will provide 70% of the skill-based training at their state-of-the-art facility.

A distinguishing feature of this program is the integration of on-the-job training from the first semester itself. Students will be deployed for practical training and will receive a stipend during their training period. Upon successful completion of the three-year course, all students will be absorbed as employees by ELGI Equipments Limited, highlighting the company's commitment to nurturing local talent and meeting its own skilled workforce requirements.

The Community College of CUTN and ELGI Equipments Limited are excited about the prospects this partnership brings. By joining hands, they aim to bridge the gap between academia and industry, thereby fostering economic growth, employment generation, and skill development in the region.


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