Indian Institute of Infrastructure and Construction to be inaugurated in July
The first phase of the Indian Institute of Infrastructure and Construction (IIIC) will be inaugurated in July at Chavara, Labour Minister T P Ramakrishnan. IIC built on a 9.025 acre campus in Chavara.
The courses at IIIC are categorised into three; technician level (up to class X education), supervisory level (plus two/ITI diploma) and managerial level (degree and above). The courses are aimed at skill development in a broad spectrum of jobs including carpentry, plumbing, electrical works to draftsman with CAD expertise, supervisor and site manager.
According to the KSE, the construction of the first phase – with 1.45 lakh sqft of built-up space – is nearing completion. IIC will have a total built-up space of 2.10 lakh sq ft.