The Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) has partnered with the ISRO Technical Training Program in Bangalore, Mumbai and Trivandrum. The training program was inaugurated today at the National Skill Training Institute (NSTI), Bengaluru.
This program aims to establish a formal framework for short-term courses to train ISRO technical personnel, with the aim of increasing their capacity and developing their skills according to the latest trends and requirements in the country’s aerospace industry.
Under this program, more than 4,000 ISRO technicians will receive training in the program at various NSTIs across India over the next five years.
The training starts at NSTI Bengaluru with the ‘Industrial Hydraulics and Controls’ course in the field of hydraulics. This course covers topics such as fluid power systems, the difference between hydraulics and pneumatics and basic hydraulic laws, hydraulic system components, hydraulic symbols, flow control valve, the concept of pressure control, pressure actuated valve, hydraulic accumulators and practical demonstrations.
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NST Mumbai starts the program with ‘Industrial Automation’ course and NSTI Trivandrum with ‘Software Development’. The duration of the course is five days, with 20 students per NSTI receiving training.