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Oil Ministry’s 1st Skill Development Institute in Bhubaneswar completed its two years of successful journey

Bhubaneswar20/5/18:: Oil Ministry’s 1st Skill Development Institute in the capital of Odisha SDI, Bhubaneswar today completed its two years of successful journey in skill training of unemployed and underprivileged youth of Odisha.

As part of the 2nd foundation day celebration, Dharmendra Pradhan, Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas & Skill Development & Entrepreneurship attended the as Chief Guest of the occasion and launched several initiatives of the SDI, Bhubaneswar.

Addressing the 2nd Foundation Day celebration of SDI, Bhubaneswar Union Minister Pradhan said that, India’s most promising Skill Academy promoted by Oil PSUs under Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas in the line with Government of India’s Skill India mission is now in its second year. Launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 15th July 2015, the National skill Development Mission aims to train over 400 million  (40 crore) people in India – in different skills by 2022 ranging from Industrial Welding, Industrial Electrician to Computer Data Application Course. With the SDI, Bhubaneswar doing exceptionally well, Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas (MoP&NG) has taken an initiative of setting up several Skill Development Institutes (SDIs) in different parts of the country, i.e., Vizag, Kochi, Ahmedabad, Guwahati and Raebareli.

Adding to this Pradhan also said that, “SDI has acquired 46.172 Acres of land out of 60 acres of land allotted by State Government at Jatni and is inching towards a Mega Model Skill Academy of International Standards to be able to provide skill training to around 50000 youths over the next 10 years in various regular trades related to Hydrocarbons & local industries. I am happy to know that reputed employers / recruiters have shown their interest and preferring SDI trainees for recruitment as the students who have passed from SDI have proved their merit by being excellent skilled workforce in their organizations. SDI, Bhubaneswar will drive the skill ecosystem of the Eastern India”.

Special postage stamp coinciding with the 2nd Foundation day celebrations of SDI pilot campus was also released with brand logo of SDI Bhubaneswar on Konark theme to reflect rich heritage of Odisha.

A new course on LPG mechanic course was introduced by Hon’ble Minister for renewed focus on the safety in use and Maintenance & Repair of Domestic and Commercial LPG installations with proper job role for fresh skilling/ Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)/Entrepreneurship and Self-employment.

On this occasion, five students of SDI Bhubaneswar who have won the state level skill competitions as part of IndiaSkills 2018 in welding 1st, 2nd & 3rd and in Electrical 2nd and 3rd positions were also felicitated.

It may be noted here that, on 9th May 2016 “Akshaye Tritiya” day, Dharmendra Pradhan, Union Minister of State for petroleum and Naveen Patnaik Chief Minister had inaugurated Oil Ministry’s 1st Skill Development Institute in the capital of Odisha in a temporary campus.

This institute is promoted by Oil Public Sector Units viz. IOCL, ONGC, GAIL, BPCL, HPCL, OIL, EIL and Balmer Lawrie under the aegis of MoP & NG and is managed by Indian Oil Corporation Limited to fulfil the dream of Skill India Mission of Prime Minister of India.

 

 

 

 

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