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Breaking News: Visakhapatnam Empowers Women in Maritime and Shipbuilding Industry

In a groundbreaking move towards gender equality and skill development, the Centre of Excellence in Maritime and Shipbuilding (CEMS) in collaboration with the Visakhapatnam Port Authority (VPA) has launched a comprehensive training program focusing on the latest software and hardware technologies.

Empowering Women Through Specialized Training

As part of this pioneering initiative, students are undergoing training in a variety of specialized courses, including inventory controller, courier supervisor, warehouse executive, CNC machine operator, welder, and electricians. Notably, 25 female students recently completed a 60-day inventory controller course, as a targeted effort towards women empowerment, from March 1st to April 30th.

The Chairperson of the Visakhapatnam Port Authority presided over the certificate distribution ceremony, where certificates were awarded to the 25 female students who successfully completed the course and secured placements. In his address, the Chairperson commended the students for their dedication and encouraged them to strive for excellence in their careers.

Success Stories of Female Students

According to the head of the institution, out of the 25 female students who participated in the program, 17 have already received job offers from prestigious institutions in Hyderabad. This remarkable success serves as a testament to the effectiveness of the training program and the potential for women to excel in traditionally male-dominated industries.

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Among the dignitaries present at the certificate distribution ceremony were VPA Deputy Chairperson Durgesh Kumar Dubey, heads of departments, senior officers, and officials of CEMS, emphasizing the significance of this initiative in promoting gender diversity and skill development.

Embracing a Brighter Future

As the maritime and shipbuilding industry continues to evolve with technological advancements, initiatives like the one led by CEMS and VPA play a crucial role in preparing the workforce for the demands of the modern era. By providing specialized training and empowering women to excel in non-traditional roles, Visakhapatnam is setting a positive example for the industry as a whole.

It is initiatives like these that pave the way for a more inclusive and diverse workforce, breaking down barriers and creating opportunities for individuals to thrive in their chosen fields. The success stories of the female students who have secured job offers serve as a beacon of hope and inspiration for others aspiring to make their mark in the maritime and shipbuilding sector.

Overall, the collaborative efforts of CEMS and VPA in providing specialized training and empowering women highlight the immense potential for growth and innovation within the industry. As these students embark on their professional journeys, they carry with them the knowledge, skills, and determination to make a significant impact in the maritime and shipbuilding landscape.

For more information on maritime and shipbuilding training programs, visit CEMS Website or Visakhapatnam Port Authority Website.