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Hyderabad: The Industrial Training Institute, Maulana Azad National Urdu University today organized certificate distribution ceremony for the passed out students of ITI, Hyderabad.
The Chief Guest, Prof. Ayub Khan, Pro Vice Chancellor in his speech said that MANUU is the only central university where ITIs are established and working efficiently. Citing the examples of famous scientists Michael Faradays and Archimedes he motivated and congratulated the students on completion of their programme successfully.
According to Dr. Arshia Azam, Principal I/c, ITI, Dr . Surya Prakash, Senior manager, Indian Immunological Limited, Hyderabad highlighted the skill development courses and congratulated students and extended best wishes for their future.
Mr. Laxmi Narayan – Safety Manager of Indian Immunological Limited in his speech made the students aware about right skill and right talent by utilizing the resources and learning the multiple skills and adopting competency based curriculum.
Mr Narsaiah, Regional Deputy Director DET Govt of Telangana Hyderabad spoke about knowledge based vertical mobility programmes to enhance the qualifications of ITI students and lateral entry scheme for dmission into polytechnic 2 nd year .
Dr. Mohd Yousuf Khan, Principal, Polytechnic and Incharge Training & Placement cell MANUU, exhorted the students to enter their field with full commitment and interest. Every year MANUU conducts campus placement for passed outs and final year students.

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