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The concept of imparting technical knowledge to students and training them in various technical skills stemmed from the strong belief that an academically average student having an aptitude for the technical field could make a promising career, given the right training. Anticipating a great demand for technical skilled labour, Shri Manohar Joshi established Joshi’s Kohinoor Technical Institute at Dadar, Mumbai, in the ‘60s. The concept of a Technical Institute proved to be a boon for thousands of youths in the years to come. Passing out of the institute, they could now secure employment in factories or become self employed, setting up their own workshops or small scale industries. With the passage of time, Joshi’s Kohinoor Technical Institute (JKTI) also introduced vocational courses and special courses for ladies to meet the changing needs of students in the era of liberalization post the early ’90s of the 20th century.
With over five and a half lakh students passing out of the JKTI network over the past four decades, JKTI has established itself as force to reckon with in technical and vocational education. Today, the JKTI chain enrolls around 15,000 to 20,000 students every year. Innovative courses tailor made to cater to the local needs are also introduced, for example, candle making in Latur and Parbhani, chalk making in Latur for the local native women. This provides them with a means of livelihood. JKTI has also tied up with government bodies like Small Industries Service Institute (SISI) and several well-known brands like Videocon and Singer to conduct value added courses and generate employment opportunities for its students. Besides, extremely conscious of its social responsibility, JKTI also undertakes to train students below the poverty line at very negligible fees. Every year Nearly 500 students coming from below poverty line (BPL) , rehabilitated urchins, underprivileged youngsters from adivasi community etc. are taught different courses like leather bag making, mushroom cultivation etc. JKTI is always organizing activities with social objectives like blood donation camps, or computer education for aged people at Parbhani and computer literacy drive for 50 students from Uttan near Mumbai.
JKTI has 30 branches spread over Maharashtra, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu conducting a wide spectrum of courses.
Joshis Kohinoor Technical Institute
Kohinoor Corporate Office
Senapati Bapat Marg,
Fax No: 66530044
Joshis Kohinoor Technical Institute JKTI, Mumbai offers various graduate courses as well as Post Graduate courses.
Joshis Kohinoor Technical Institute (JKTI), Mumbai offers Full Time Diploma in Diploma Electronics and Communication (DEC)View Details Duration: 3 Years Learning Mode: Full Time Course Level: Diploma / Certification
Joshis Kohinoor Technical Institute (JKTI), Mumbai offers Full Time Diploma in Diploma in Electrical Engineering (DEE)View Details Duration: 3 Years Learning Mode: Full Time Course Level: Diploma / Certification
Joshis Kohinoor Technical Institute (JKTI), Mumbai offers Full Time Diploma in Diploma Automobile Engineering (DAE)View Details Duration: 3 Years Learning Mode: Full Time Course Level: Diploma / Certification
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Joshis Kohinoor Technical Institute JKTI, Mumbai