Don Bosco ITI graduates empowered in vocational education and skill development
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Don Bosco ITI graduates empowered in vocational education and skill development

- Executive Director: Don Bosco Tech

On September 17, from various Don Bosco Industrial Training Institutes (ITI), 1665 students graduated, thus empowering India's youth in vocational education and skill development. The event coincided with the Vishwakarma Yojana, a national initiative to support traditional craftsmen and local artisans, aligning with Don Bosco ITIs' commitment to producing job-ready graduates. The graduation ceremony was a testament to the dedication and hard work of the students who completed their training in various technical and vocational fields.

Don Bosco ITIs have long been at the forefront of providing high-quality technical education to aspiring young individuals, equipping them with the skills needed to excel. The graduates represent technical disciplines, including electronics, mechanics, and computer science. They are now prepared to embark on their professional journeys, armed with the skills and knowledge acquired during their time at Don Bosco ITIs.

Don Bosco ITIs have a long-standing legacy of excellence in technical education and for their expertise and competence. The institution's focus on practical, industry-relevant training ensures that students are well-prepared for the job market.

The graduation ceremonies conducted on the same day in every institution were joyous occasions attended by students, faculty, parents, and well-wishers. It marked the culmination of the student's educational journey and the beginning of their promising careers.

As India continues to emphasize skill development and vocational training, Don Bosco ITIs remain steadfast in their mission to provide accessible, high-quality technical education to young individuals.

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