NTTF Electronics Training Centre (NTTFETC), Bangalore
Nettur Technical Training Foundation offers courses in the field of electrical, computer, IT and Mechantronics. Nettur Technical Training Foundation (NTTF) Electronics Training Centre, Bangalore formerly known as CSI Technical training Institute was set up by Dr. Heinrich Hellstern, the Director of a Swiss Non-Governmental Organization. This Institute was started with the mission “to offer Techno Education for Global Competence”. NTTF foresees to create the most sought after trainees, with the help of customer-focused programs catering to the needs of the society and to become a premier institution in technical training and education. This centre has become a non-religious institution and strives hard to train students from all sections of society. NTTF provides training in electronics field and helps to hone up technical skills of students.NTTF - an educational foundation established in the year 1963 - is the living symbol of Indo-Swiss co-operation; aimed at promoting purposeful Technical Education for the youth of India. The seed was put in place at Thalassery (Kerala), in the year 1959. In its mission, the Foundation was actively supported with generous assistance from the Government of Switzerland, HEKS (a Swiss NGO), and Swiss Development Co-operation (a development agency in Switzerland). The Government of India and the State Governments also extended their support. The Foundation implements its program of Technical Training through more than 20 Training Centres located in various States across India.
NTTF greatly emphasizes on training provided to students and supports their overall development. The placement cell monitors personality development as well as academic development of students. This cell provides full assistance to students during placements and help them in getting recruited at reputed companies.
Contact Details of NTTF Electronics Training Centre, Bangalore
Address:Post Box No. 5857, #23/24, II Phase Peenya Industrial Area Bangalore 560058