Mangaluru: St Aloysius ITI holds ‘ITI Darshan’

Media Release

Mangaluru, Dec 16: To make the youth aware of the career opportunities available in ITIs, an initiative “ITI Darshan” has been taken up by St Aloysius ITI. This initiative is planned as a part of 450th birth anniversary celebration of St Aloysius Gonzaga, patron of the institution. Every Saturday, students of various high schools will be visiting the institution and get the information which would enable them to take an informed decision regarding their career.

‘ITI Darshan’ was inaugurated on Saturday, December 15. The chief guest Fr Ravi Santhosh Kamath inaugurated the initiative. Students of Government High School, Car Street; St Aloysius High School; and Pompei High School, Urwa participated in the programme. Addressing the students the chief guest said, “You are the future of our nation. You are the flowers in this beautiful garden called earth. You should blossom and make this earth a beautiful place complete with equality and love.”

Roshan Dsouza, training officer, extended a cordial welcome to everyone on behalf of the institution. Wilson N, junior training officer, conducted the prayer.

Fr Melwin Lobo, director of the institution welcomed the students and said, “You learn a lot in the school by listening to teachers. Much more can be learnt by seeing. You are here today to learn about the bright career opportunities available to you through ITI education. The purpose of this programme is to make you aware of the opportunities so that you would be able to make a right choice for your career.”
Vincent Mendonsa, principal and Alwyn Menezes, vice-principal were present. Robin Vas, junior training officer compered the inauguration programme.

After the inauguration programme, students visited various trade workshops. Staff and students of the institution introduced them to the training methodology and various machines/equipments used in the different workshops. Visiting students got the first hand experience of the work culture and gathered lot of information. The institution intends to continue this programme till January 2019. The high schools interested to take advantage of this initiative are requested to get in touch with the institution at the earliest.

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