Power Finance Corporation Trains 500 Students Under Skill Development Programme At IGIAT, Visakhapatnam

Power Finance Corporation Ltd, the country’s leading NBFC in the power sector, organised Valedictory Session under its ‘Skill Development Training Program’ for students of Indo German Institute of Advanced Technology (IGIAT). The Valedictory Session saw distribution of Certificates to the trained students.

The Valedictory ceremony was attended by Shri Prabhakar Das CGM, PFC, Shri Ramlingeshwar Raju, GM, DIC & Special Officer, IGIAT (Department of Industries and commerce, Govt. of AP) and Shri B Vinod Kumar, Director IGIAT along with other PFC & IGIAT officials. The Valedictory Programme started with a tree plantation drive at the college campus and it was followed by cultural skit.

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As part of PFC’s CSR initiative to impart skill training to the youth, a total of 500 students have been successfully trained while close to 400 students have already got job placement with reputed organisations like Ashok Leyland, Royal Enfield, Alstom, and Schneider Electricals Pvt. Ltd. among others.

Students have been trained as CNC Machine Operators, Domestic and Industrial Electricians, Solar Technicians, and in Welding technologies. There has also been training in areas like Sewing Machine Operators, particularly for women. The successful execution of project has generated livelihood and provided immense benefit to hundreds of individuals and their families.

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PFC has been funding and driving the Skill Development programme for the unemployed youth including women in states like Andhra Paresh, Telangana, Orissa and Tamil Nadu.

As India’s leading the public sector enterprise in the NBFC space, PFC is committed to ensure job oriented skill development programs for the youth in various parts of the nation.

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