Mangaluru: St Aloysius Industrial Training Institute observes World Youth Skill Day


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Mangaluru, Jul 16: St Aloysius Industrial Training Institute in association with Jaquar Co Pvt (Ltd) organised World Youth Skill Day on Sunday, July 15.

The programme began with a prayer by plumber students of St Aloysius ITI. Welcome dance was performed by Cutting and Sewing students.

The guests were welcomed by training officer Romius D’Souza. Sathya Ranjan Biswal, Karnataka division controller, Rajesh Shetty, Mangaluru division controller, Romius D’Souza, students of ITI Arun Siddi and Sakkobai lit he lamp to inaugurate the programme.



Sathya Ranjan Biswal explained about Jaquar Company with a small information video and distributed the Jaquar caps to all participants. A photo session was also conducted.

  

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  • Max and Jessie Rasquinha, Mangalore - Houston/Dallas, Texas, U.S.A.

    Tue, Jul 17 2018

    Industrial Training at St. Aloysius for our young men and women of Mangalore would be an ideal proposition. We do not necessarily have to go to a Polytechnic School alone to get the technical knowledge and earn a written diploma. We can always enlist our young men and women for the Industrial Training School anywhere and get the benefit of all the basic Industrial coaching in order to earn a profession.

    In a country such as India, there is a demand for any kind of profession. We need all the young brains to initiate all the technical talents and put it good use for any kind of utilization. For instance, in today's world we even need a technical knowledge in order to climb the coconut trees or mango trees or cashew trees without any danger to anyone. Let our young men and women come forward show us how to render help for anything that is technical and raise a certain fee that will help them to make a living.

    We strongly encourage St. Aloysius to capitalize on any kind of technical training so that our young men and women learn something new and something different in order to create a profession for themselves and earn their daily bread.

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