For the first time, two girls, Asha and Archana (sisters), passed out from KViK in Electronics, were placed in Computer Gallerie and Jeeves Services, respectively. From what we her from their employers, both are adept in trouble shooting faults in computers and other electronic gadgets. Soft skills learnt in KViK, including Spoken English, is helping them in customer interaction.Both were active in and outside the training centre, as seen in the following pictures. KViK wishes them best of success!
With each passing session, the batch size of our courses is increasing. The picture below shows the new batch of Electronics which started on 14th April. More want to join, but they will have to wait for the next batch, scheduled to begin in the first week of June.
Seven students who completed the 2 month -long, part time course in Electronics in KViK were offered jobs by the Service wing of Reliance Digital, Bangalore, in March. Of the seven, four could join immediately as they are 18 years of age, which is the minimum for recruitment. With this, KViK has achieved near 100% placements of its students, that too immediately after completing the course! Here are the happy students on the concluding session of their training at KViK.
KViK got a shot in the arm for its campaign on creating awareness about vocational training when the Principal of Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan (PSBB) Leadership Academy, Sakalavara, Bangalore, Mrs. Mahalakshmi Kumar offered her students and teachers as volunteers. A meeting was held with teachers, led by Mrs. Shyamala, in PSBB on 25th March to chalk out a plan. The joint campaign will take off in the nearby villages in April. M/s. Subbu Hegde, Seetha Rao and Aswath participated from KViK.