New Delhi – Indian auto components manufacturer, Rockman industries has inaugurated its third Rockman Skill Development Centre (RSDC) in Kurali with an aim to boost employment opportunities through skill training for the youth in Punjab.
The centre has excellent facilities and infrastructure of around 8000 sq. ft. area.
Qualified industry experts will be inducted in the faculty for training students across various disciplines and basic computer literacy and soft skills.
The centre will also provide free training to the youth. The courses available to students for industrial positions include CNC operator, fitter, electrician and IT help desk attendant which is only for girls.
The Rockman Skill Development Centre is a part of Mission Parivartan, which is engaged in various social initiatives like rural development, education and environment.
Rockman’s centres trained 2,866 students out of which 55% are from Punjab.
RSDC have placed over 90% studets, in good industrial base with a mix of MSMEs and large enterprises.
The future plan includes opening more RSDCs that will train the youth in various industry disciplines and assist them in finding employment.
Rockman is working closely with the National Skill Development Centre and organizations that specialize in imparting various vocational courses to the youth.
Pamphlets are distributed through volunteers and staff of RSDC in identified locations, residential colonies, villages and to the workers in different industries, who would reach out to relatives, neighbours and friends.
Other steps include display of information and notices at Rockman Industries plants and contacting villages within 50 kilometres radius through village level meetings.