In Bangalore, Mumbai, and Trivandrum, the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) has collaborated with the ISRO Technical Training Programme. The training programme was officially launched on 15th December 2022 at the National Skill Training Institute (NSTI) in Bengaluru.
This programme intends to provide a formal framework for short-term courses to provide training to ISRO technical employees with the goal of boosting their capacity and developing their skills in accordance with the country’s space industry’s newest trends and requirements.
Over the next five years, more than 4000 ISRO technical professionals will be trained in the programme at different NSTIs located across India.
The course ‘Industrial Hydraulic and Controls’ on hydraulics will begin the training at NSTI Bengaluru. This course covers fluid power systems, the difference between hydraulics and pneumatics, basic hydraulic laws, hydraulic system components, hydraulic symbols, flow control valve, pressure regulation, pressure-controlled valves, hydraulic accumulators, and practical demonstrations.
The programme will begin with ‘Industrial Automation’ at NST Mumbai and ‘Software Development’ at NSTI Trivandrum. The course will last five days and will train 20 trainees in each NSTI.