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Name: K. Uma ITI Attended: Regional Vocational Training Institute (W), Bangalore, Karnataka
Name: K. Uma
ITI Attended: Regional Vocational Training Institute (W),
Bangalore, Karnataka
Trade: Electronics Mechanic
Year of Passing: 1985
Present Employer: BHEL, Bangalore
Present Designation:Assistant Engineer Gr. II
Contact Details:080-26590690
“ITI gave me the opportunity to get theoretical/practical knowledge and exposure
through various Industrial visits, practical demonstration and chance to attend
competitive examinations.” – K.Uma
Transcript:
I am from a middle class background studied in an English Medium School before joining ITI.
ITI provided a very good exposure and practical knowledge about the things we learnt. We were exposed
to many Industrial visits where we could gain technical and practical knowledge.
Presently I am employed as an Assistant Engineer in B.H.E.L Electronics Division Bangalore. I am
working in Sub Assembly Engineering Dept. where we design, develop, assemble and test electronic
modules and supply for various applications like power plants, traction (transmission) Industrial
application etc.
With the encouragement from our head of Department (HOD), I was able to give 50 suggestions and bag
25 impressive awards. With my sincere hard work, dedication and skill I was nominated for Prime
Minister Shram Awards, successfully for three years. I have been awarded PM’s ShramVeerangana award
for year 2012.
ITI gave me the opportunity to get theoretical/practical knowledge and exposure through various
Industrial visits, practical demonstration and chance to attend competitive examinations.
My advice to ITI trainees / Apprenticeship trainees – Gain practical knowledge, put into use the Theory
studied in ITI, develop creative knowledge.
My message to the youth –Be sincere, honest and hardworking, develop passion towards your work, love
your work and respect your teachers and elders you are sure to excel.
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