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A career for school dropouts
CHENNAI: If you are not in school, 16 years or above and have passed Class Eight, you are eligible to take a vocational course to ..
CHENNAI: If you are not in school, 16 years or above and have passed Class Eight, you are eligible to take a vocational course to help you find a promising career for the future. IGNOU, in association with the Indian Society of Technical Education, has announced admission to certificate in skill development courses in Automobile Basic Function & Maintenance, Automobile Tinkering, Automobile Painting Works, and Automobile Electrical Works. Each course lasts six-months and costs Rs 4,500.
The Universal Sevak University Trust provides specialised education, fetching immediate jobs for early school dropouts. Only limited seats are available, on a first come first serve basis.
For details, contact R Jayagopal, Programme Coordinator of USUT 9940087025 or by email usutiipc@gmail.
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