Toyota Technical Training Institute to focus on increased women participation

TTTI provides free training to economically disadvantaged students, empowering them to excel in prestigious competitions like India Skills and World Skills.

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Toyota Technical Training Institute to focus on increased women participation

Since its inception in 2007, Toyota Kirloskar Motor's Toyota Technical Training Institute (TTTI) through its comprehensive curriculum, focuses on imparting knowledge of advanced technologies as well as fostering overall development of rural youth. Toyota Technical Training Institute is committed to create skilled workforce fostering enhanced gender diversity and inclusivity, empowering aspiring individuals from rural Karnataka. 

A key factor contributing to TTTI's success is the consistently high employment rate of its students, who have secured excellent job opportunities not
only in Karnataka and other parts of India, but also overseas, cialms a press release. Furthermore, some TTTI students have achieved remarkable feats at prestigious competitions like the India Skills and World Skills contests as well.

As a gender-inclusive institution, TTTI is committed to empowering women in the workforce and has effectively trained several female students through its educational programs.  TTTI recently announced the commencement admission of women students in its Toyota Kaushalya program for the year 2023, as well.

In its attempt to become a more inclusive organisation and societal development, TKM through gender diversity, started inducting the first batch of women students to its TTTI educational courses. 

G. Shankara, Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resource Officer, TKM and TKAP said, “As a corporate entity, our unwavering commitment to “Skill India” mission is exemplified through initiatives like TTTI. Having trained about 1000 students since inception, it brings us immense joy to witness their successes as they embark on fulfilling careers in the manufacturing industry. We
at TKM and TTTI, take pride in knowing that the contribution from our students have been driving the country’s growth, bringing accolades to our state and to the nation. We wish all our students a great future." 

In its commitment to inclusivity, TTTI provides free training to economically disadvantaged students, empowering them to excel in prestigious competitions like India Skills and World Skills. Building on the program’s success and increasing demand for skilled professionals, TKM has planned to substantially increase the TTTI's student intake, enabling it to reach more deserving individuals,
and equipping them with knowledge and skills for a successful career. 

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