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IMTMA IMTMA completes 25 batches in Finishing School

Mar 1, 2016

The Finishing School in Production Engineering, an initiative by the Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association (IMTMA) to train engineers on all aspects of production engineering, has recently completed 25 batches of training, ever since it began with the first batch in September 2010. Expressing his views on the impact on manufacturing sector, P G Jadeja, President, IMTMA, said, “A well-trained manpower is essential to give strong support to manufacturing and increase productivity. The IMTMA Productivity Institute has been conducting a Finishing School to train engineers on all aspects of manufacturing with CNC technologies.” Concurring with Jadeja’s statement, V Anbu, Director General, IMTMA, said, “The course enhances the skill-sets of fresh engineers in mechanical engineering. We give students a blend of theory and practical sessions, hands-on training on CNC turning and machining centres with industry visits. It acts as a major cost effective option for industry in training their fresh recruits and ensuring that their engineers are prepared to take up job responsibilities.”

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