“IMPROVING WELDING CAPABILITY KEY TO REACH RS 5 TRILLION ECONOMY”: IIW-INDIA”
The Indian Institute of Welding (IIW-INDIA) under the guidance of Union Ministry of Skill Development (GOI) along with the support of National Skill Development Corporation and Private Industries are working on closing the swelling gap of the skilled persons needed in the country to meet the National Objective of making India a 5 Trillion Economy.
While addressing the media R. Srinivasan (Past-President of IIW and Co-Chairman of the National Organizing Committee “The skill level and the technological gap that exist today in the Micro, Small, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME) sector of the manufacturing units are glaring. IIW India - a Premier Welding Institute of the country in its mission to develop the upgradation of the Welding Science and Technology in Metal Joining Technique has taken up a structured way of Welding Training and Certifications Methods”.
This will be showcased in the 13th Weld India Exhibition in association with the International Institute of Welding from 6th to 9th February 2020 at Mumbai on the Theme of “Advanced Welding Technology& Quality Systems for Developing Economies”. With strong base of over 5000 Welding Professionals and 300 Industries (Private and Public sector) as the Members IIW India will also ho9st concurrently 5th International Welding Congress to answer the needs of the Industries.
Participants from over 22 countries will present exclusive Skill development techniques for the Indian industries. The experiences of various successful welding models around the Globe, especially under water and space welding will be shared by expert team from India, Canada, China, Australia and Government officials. A National Welding Capability workshop is being organized to identify and prepare the Roadmap to close the technological Gaps that Exists today which is being seen as a big hurdle to meet the global challenges that face the Indian Market.
The WELD INDIA Exhibition which showcases the latest technologies that has developed globally to meet the challenges and the participation of various Industries and the Training Institute will give an opportunity to over 4000 Industrial Visitors and the Delegates to understand the new techniques that can be used to reduce the gap in the needs of the skill development.
R Srinivasan added “Industries will be benefitted largely by associating with this event, as over 150 Technical papers are likely to be presented and an opportunity is created by The IIW India to the Indian Industries by bringing over 250 highly experienced persons from all over the world to interact with the Indian Industries so that The Indian Government Mission of Make In India is achieved at all levels”.