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Late Shri G.D.Naidu, a successful industrialist and a keen educationalist of South India, started two premier institutions in the year 1945, “Sir Arthur Hope College of Technology” and “Sir Arthur Hope Polytechnic”. He donated both the institutions to the Government. Both colleges are now known as “The Government College of Technology” and “The Government Polytechnic of Coimbatore” respectively.
Later in 1946, he started another institute in the name of Industrial Labour Welfare Association (ILWA), now known as G.D.Naidu Charities. His aim was to impart higher education with more emphasis on practical training so that students can get employment immediately.
G.D.Naidu Charities conduct short term courses on ,Automobile servicing and maintenance, WEDM, EDM, CAD (AutoCAD, Pro-E, Inventor, Power Shape, CATIA, ANSYS, SOLIDWORKS, etc.), CAM (Keller, Delcam, Unigraphics), Metrology, CMM etc. It has trained more than 35000 students over the past 62 years.
G D Naidu Charities has set up a new training centre known as Gedee Technical Training Institute (GTTI) at Coimbatore, South India to train Precision Machining Technicians, Tool & Die Engineers, Tool Designers, Mechatronics Technicians and Mould Polishers.
To run a high-tech training centre that can:
Discipline the young minds and bring out the hidden talents to create technocrats of tomorrow.
Select and train students in all possible latest technologies.
Conduct full time courses in the area of technical skills and other allied trades at craftsman level.
Provide consultancy for the local small and medium scale industries.
Follow a modern syllabus, which is designed to systematically educate students on CAD/ CAM and CNC machining.
Build up self-esteem, pride, sense of social belongingness and cleanliness in the trainees during the process of training.
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