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Saturday, January 09, 2010 10:13:08 AM, Pervez Bari,

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Bhopal: World Bank has lauded the efforts made by the Madhya Pradesh Government for training under specialized modules of ITI's Centre of Excellence. In its report on Centres of Excellence, the World Bank has included Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Haryana as best states. Madhya Pradesh was adjudged best last year also.


The information about the results was given by World Bank representative Nalin Jaina after conclusion of World Bank Review Mission's meeting, which was held at Bhopal on January 6 and 7. The World Bank had made proper utilization of funds, development of infrastructure and quality of training as benchmarks for assessment of best states.


Twenty-eight institutions of Madhya Pradesh have been chosen by the World Bank as Centres of Excellence. These institutions have utilized 67 per cent funds allocated for modernization and training while this figure was 40 per cent at the national level.


Out of these 28 institutions, each institute has been chosen for training in one specific centre. Ratlam has been assigned training of electricals, Mandla construction technology, Shivpuri tourism, Bhopal refrigeration & air-conditioning, Jhabua fabrication, Seoni automobile, Singrauli process plant maintenance, Rampura electricals, Sagar process plant maintenance, Shahdol electricals and Satna Centre of Excellence has been assigned training in automobiles.


Besides, industrial training centres of Balaghat, Baihar, Hoshangabad, Ujjain, Mangawa, Betul, Mandideep, Khilchipur, Morena, Dhar, Deori, Anuppur and Pithampur have been selected for up-gradation.









































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