Tata Power’s Skill Development Institute trains 23k individuals in FY20

Our Bureau Mumbai | Updated on June 03, 2020 Published on June 03, 2020

Tata Power’s Skill Development Institute (TPSDI) has trained close to 23,000 individuals in FY20.

With this, Tata Power’s not-for-profit technical training institute has trained a total of 69,700 individuals, across its 5 centres.

TPSDI started with providing skilling programs for the blue-collared workforce and underprivileged sections of the society in India in 2015 and offers over 160 courses across electrical, mechanical, instrumentation, renewables, safety, and other areas.

“Reaching the milestone of 69000 trained candidates last year within just four years of our inception is a testament of our easy-to-access market-driven and employment-oriented training programs that have changed so many lives. We look forward to reach more such milestones and will ensure a substantial set of skilled workforce for the Indian power sector,” said Jayvadan Mistry, Chief, TPSDI.

The organisation also trains engineers and workforces from other corporate entities and has expanded its training internationally in countries such as Ethiopia and Liberia.

Published on June 03, 2020
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