IMTMA and FE Dream Offer Women-Focused Upskilling Programme

IMTMA and FE Dream Offer Women-Focused Upskilling Programme for enhancing the employability of women engineers in the IT industry

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Indian Machine Tools Manufacturers’ Association (IMTMA) has announced its collaboration with FE Dream, a non-profit organisation, to upskill women engineers, enhance their employability skills to make them industry-ready professionals and ensure self-reliance. The no-cost, 8-week training programme is scheduled to be conducted from February 07, 2022 - March 31, 2022, at the IMTMA Design Institute, Bangalore International Exhibition Centre in Bangalore and will focus on “Design and Manufacturing of Special Purpose Machine”.


Through this collaboration, IMTMA and FE Dream aim at empowering women engineers and impart the necessary industry skills to create industry-ready professionals for the manufacturing industry. With the common objective of empowering women in India, the training program focuses on increasing the employability of women engineers in the manufacturing industry by delivering design and manufacturing skills to young women graduates and ensuring self-reliance for women. As part of the programme, women graduates or diploma engineers from mechanical and allied disciplines, recently graduated from various Indian institutions between 2020 and 2021, will be eligible to enroll themselves for the program.

Apart from aiding self-reliance of women, the programme also aims at empowering the manufacturing industry with a dedicated, trained, and talented women workforce. Both the organisations identified the need for imparting technical skill-based training for young women graduates or diploma engineers from Indian institutions. Both partners will be working together to facilitate placement opportunities for interested program candidates on completion of the 8-week programme.

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IMTMA is the apex body and single point of contact for the machine tool industry in India. It plays a crucial role in the growth and development of the machine tool industry in the country. Its initiatives include policy advocacy, export promotion, trade fairs, mega events, training, seminars, technology missions, publications, etc. This association was formed in 1946, is 75 years old, has a membership of over 460 companies and represents 90% of the organised machine tool and allied equipment manufacturers in India.

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