India faces a historic opportunity.
The country will be home to 700 million people of working age by 2020, a demographic situation that if leveraged properly can transform the country into the next economic superpower.
The skill development of the working population is a priority for the government. This is evident by the exceptional progress India has witnessed under the National Policy on Skills (2009) over the years. The objective of the policy is to expand on outreach, equity and access of education and training, which it has aimed to fulfil by establishing several industrial training institutes (ITIs), vocational schools, technical schools, polytechnics and professional colleges to facilitate adult leaning, apprenticeships, sector-specific skill development,e-learning, training for self employment and other forms of training. The government therefore provides holistic sustenance through all its initiatives in the form of necessary financial support, infrastructure support and policy support.
In addition, the private sector has also recognized the importance of skill development and has begun facilitating the same via three key dimensions — non-profit initiatives, for profit enterprises, and as a consumer. Currently, there are many skilling opportunities fashioned by the government, the private sector and collaboration between the two (PPP mode).
What is CSR
• The CSR approach is holistic and integrated with the core business strategy for addressing social and environmental impacts of businesses.
• CSR needs to address the well-being of all stakeholders and not just the company’s shareholders.
• Philanthropic activities are only a part of CSR, which otherwise constitutes a much larger set of activities entailing strategic business benefits.
Benefits of CSR• Communities provide the licenses to operate
• Attracting and retaining employees
• Communities as suppliers
• Enhancing Corporate reputation
Activities covered under CSR
- Eradication of extreme hunger poverty.
- Promotion of Education.
- Gender equality and women empowerment.
- Reducing Child morality and improving maternal health.
- Combating HIV – AIDS, Malaria and other diseases.
- Environmental Sustainability.
- Social business projects.
- Employment enhancing vocational skills.
- Contributions to Prime Minister’s relief fund and other such state and central funds.
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CMTES has partnered with Bharathiar University as a Technical Collaborator for offering UG/PG Degrees, Diploma Courses and various Certification Courses under distance education program
CMTES creates opportunity to get employed with top IT and ITES companies. CMTES has trained a large number of aspirants with placement assistance in reputed and multinational companies..
Thirumalai Engineering College
For "best in the industry" service provided to TEC, CMTES has received great regards from the management of the college. CMTES was also appreciated for using the most productive and effective way of trainingClick here→
Adhiparasakthi Engineering College
In December 2012, CMTES conducted a successful workshop on DotNet for the II & III yr MCA students of Adhiparasakthi Engineering College. The event was well appreciated by the college management and students alike. Click here→
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The main purpose of the training is to facilitate learning the methods of training, to culminate in a good learning experience. Learning is a result of one’s own experience consequently upon interaction with the environment. Learning is, therefore, an active and continuous process.
Our modern approach to training is characterised by a thrust on change and growth. The emphasis of the training in the our approach is not so much on transfer of knowledge as on the process of growth, which aims at the desirable change of knowledge, attitude, practices and use of technology.
The concept of participatory training has been evolved in the light of the new approach of training, where the trainees participate actively in the learning process. It has been found to be an effective instrument economic progress and ecological development programmes.
The ways participatory training helps the learning process are:
- Trainees have to think.
- Defined learning result is achieved.
- Trainee attitudes and training approaches are influenced by peers and peer groups.
- Instructor inputs are examined and evaluated against existing learning and experience.
- Learning is translated into behavioural and skill changes of trainees and can be measured and assessed by the trainer.
- Thinking is stimulated towards job oriented action.
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Liaison with Govt Officials for procurement of work order
Identification of Delivery Partners in Urban and Rural Areas according to given standards.
Mobilisation of Beneficiaries according to the scheme
Monitoring the batch management/Attendance Management of training which are being conducted in his/her locations.
Ensuring certifications and placements to the students
Following up with the Govt officials for Collection and Utility certificates.
Identification of new avenues of training by meeting Govt Officials
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