The George Telegraph Training Institute is an ISO 9001:2015 certified Institute.
Our CRISIL SME rating is ‘SME2’ which is high level of creditworthiness, adjudged in relation to other SMEs.
The Institute is a training partner of National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). NSDC is under the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Govt. Of India.
The Institute is affiliated to Netaji Subhas Open University (Recognised By U.G.C.)
Training partner of various Sector Skill Councils such as Indian Iron and Steel Sector Skill Council (IISSSC), Power Sector Skill Council (PSSC), Telecom Sector Skill Council (TSSC), Automobile Skill Development Council (ASDC), Indian Plumbing Skill Council (IPSC) etc.
It is affiliated to Paschim Banga Society for Skill Development (PBSSD) under Technical Education and Training Department, Govt. Of West Bengal. PBSSD has approved 32 centres of the Institute as Training Provider for implementing various Government Skill Development programmes in West Bengal.
The Automobile Engineering Department is closely associated with the automobile giant Mahindra , for the implementation of their M-STEPS programme to keep pace with the advancement of technology.
Aliah University in association with George Telegraph offers students of minority communities job-oriented courses at nominal cost.
Corporate tie-ups, for training with 100% placement assurance with Eureka Forbes, Godrej, Voltas, IFB, Carrier Midea India, TVS Motors and Maruti Suzuki.
Running short term vocational courses at various centres duly sponsored by the respective Municipality under the State Urban Development Agency (SUDA) Scheme.
As a CSR Project, Texmaco has associated with George Telegraph to conduct courses on Electrical Technician, Mobile & Telephone Repairing Technician, Civil Construction Technology, Welding & Fabrication Technology, Mechanical Draughtsmanship with CAD and Computer Hardware.
ONGC conducts courses at the Agartala Centre, as their CSR Project.
George Telegraph in association with Sahaj imparts training at numerous rural locations through e-learning.
George Telegraph has tied up with Bosch on a joint venture for imparting training programmes on Automobile Engineering at the Sealdah Centre.
George Telegraph, in collaboration with Daikin India, has started a new course- ‘Daikin Air-Conditioning Engineering’ at its Sealdah Centre.
George Telegraph also undertakes various courses under the Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojona (PMKVY) Scheme of Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Govt. of India.
West Bengal Minority Development & Finance Corporation Ltd. Or WBMDFC regularly awards training programmes to our institute for the skill development of Minority students.
National Urban Livelihoods Mission (NSDC NULM) projects are also undertaken in various states.
George Telegraph has undertaken CSR projects, in collaboration with Eastern Coal Fields Ltd at Durgapur and Asansol centres, with National Thermal Power Corporation Ltd at Burdwan and Farakka and in collaboration with Rural Electrification Corporation Ltd at Sealdah, Kalyani, Barasat and Siliguri centres.
The Institute conducts many courses at multiple locations in different states of Eastern India under various Government projects and schemes belonging to Central and State Governments.