Employability

Need-based training programmes for skill development have enhanced employability opportunities for youth in the Tinplate community through:

Technical Trade

TCIL selects meritorious candidates from AA community and sponsors them for Govt. Certified ITI & Diploma programmes. On completion of these programmes the candidates are able to get employed.

Basic Computer and Communication Skills

Since 2010 TCIL, in partnership with e-junction (Metaljunction, a Tata Steel Group company), has been providing training on basic computer and communication skills to enable girl students from socially and economically challenged families through its tailor-made programme- I-TIN which (a) helps them with their formal education and (b) makes these girls employable in BPOs, malls and other such establishments.

In 2016, a new initiative on Retail Management Training was launched to create job opportunities as sales personnel in sectors like Retail, Banks, Insurance companies & BPOs.

Community Health Provider (CHP) Training

TCIL provides 2 years CHP training to community girls at Tinplate Hospital. In the first year primary training is provided, while in the second year, based on merit, candidates are chosen for advance training. These girls are provided free boarding and lodging at the CHP Hostel established by the Company, along with a stipend to meet their living expenses. Post completion of the course, these girls get employed at Healthcare Sectors.

Vocational Training for youth

TCIL provides one-year vocational Training Programmes in beautician and tailoring courses at two Community Development Centres. Upon completion, the candidates get self-employed.

Skill Development for artisans

TCIL, in partnership with Kalamandir (a NGO), is promoting Dokra, a traditional craft, by providing infrastructure support to artisans of Kuilisuta village in East Singhbhum district. Of-late these artisans are being trained on new designs to enhance their earnings.