Introducing a pioneering initiative by DeepRanjani Foundation, in knowledge partnership with The George Telegraph Training Institute, marking a significant milestone in its 103-year journey. This groundbreaking endeavor unveils a series of Inclusive Vocational Skill Building Training Courses, uniquely tailored to cater to individuals with Special Needs and Neuro-Developmental Disabilities.
The George Telegraph Training Institute, an esteemed training partner of NSDC (National Skill Development Corporation), operates under the aegis of the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship in India. With a rich history dating back to 1920, this institute has been dedicated to empowering young individuals through vocational trade training. Its reputation has been acknowledged by various esteemed entities, including the British Army, Indian Defence Forces, Maritime Authorities, and the British Railway Board.
This institute offers comprehensive employee training and assessment programs to external organizations, both within its campus and off-campus settings. Presently, it imparts training to a substantial cohort of over 25,000 students, spread across 50 centers in regions including West Bengal, Agartala, Assam, and Odisha. The primary center is situated at 136, B. B. Ganguly Street in Kolkata. Through this expansion, the institute endeavors to extend the benefits of its distinctive vocational curriculum to underserved non-metropolitan areas.