HomeWhat's HappeningIndiaISRO employee skilling program underway at Bangalore, Mumbai, and Trivandrum.

ISRO employee skilling program underway at Bangalore, Mumbai, and Trivandrum.

The ISRO Technical Training Programme has been initiated by the National Skill Training Institutes, which are under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), in Bangalore, Mumbai, and Trivandrum.

It is a capacity-building initiative aimed at upgrading the skills of government personnel and further contributing to increasing India’s share in the global space industry, in line with Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s Karmayogi Mission.

The training program at NSTI Bangalore was inaugurated by Shri Sudheer Kumar, Director, CBPO, ISRO HQ.

The Department of Space (ISRO), the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), and the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to upskill technical employees and establish the ISRO Technical Training Program.

The program’s intent is to establish a formal framework for short-term courses that provide training to ISRO technical employees so as to increase their capacity and develop skills that are according to the latest trends and requirements in the country’s space industry.

In the next five years, more than 4000 ISRO technical staff members will receive training in the program at several NSTIs located across India.

The course ‘Industrial Hydraulic & Controls’ on the subject of hydraulics is the first course of the training program at NSTI Bangalore. This course covers topics such as:

  • Fluid power systems
  • The difference between hydraulics and pneumatics
  • Basic hydraulic laws
  • Hydraulic system components
  • Hydraulic symbols
  • Flow control valves
  • The concept of pressure regulation
  • Pressure-controlled valves
  • Hydraulic accumulators
  • Practical demonstrations The program at NSTI Mumbai commences with the course Industrial Automation,’ and the program at NSTI Trivandrum with ‘Software Development. NSTI trainees receive training in groups of 20 over the course of 5 days.
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“The space ecosystem in India is rapidly growing with the advent of emerging technologies,” said Shri Atul Kumar Tiwari, Secretary of the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. “Capacity-building programs such as this one are highly significant.

” The employees at ISRO will be able to integrate and understand the evolving technologies, stay updated with industry trends, and benefit not only themselves but also help India maintain its competitive edge in the global space race through these training programs.

He added that these programs are essential to continuing the growth of the space industry and that they will become increasingly significant as more and more technologies are developed.

Shri BN Sridhar, Regional Director, RDSDE has completed six training programs at NSTI Bengaluru to date. This training program covers courses such as aerospace CNC machining, quality inspection, advanced welding techniques, PLC automation, electro-pneumatics, engineering inspection, quality control, operation and maintenance of pumps and valves, and manufacturing processes and techniques in production technologies.

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