New Delhi: State-run power equipment maker Bharat Heavy Electricals today said it is setting up an industrial training centre at Bolpur in West Bengal.
“BHEL is setting up Industrial Training Centre (ITC) at Bolpur in West Bengal alongwith Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) and Coal India Ltd (CIL),” a company statement said.
This institute, which is being developed at a cost of Rs23 crore, would provide a pool of talented youth with enhanced skills, it said.
Bhel, DVC and CIL will provide part financial support to the venture, while technical guidance and support would be extended by BHEL and Central Electricity Authority (CEA).
These institutes are being developed for suitable industrial employment and to generate good human resources for industries in the 11th (2007-12) and 12th (2012-17) Five Year Plans.
To manage setting up an operation of ITC, a society of members from Bhel, DVC, CEA, CIL and Government of West Bengal has been registered under the West Bengal Societies Registration Act, 1961.