Vellore Diocese


Besides Evangelization, Catechism and other Faith Formation programmes, our diocese fully involves in the social and economic growth of people. The three official wings of the Social Apostolate of the Diocese are:

  • VSSS (Vellore Social Service Society) 
  • TVMSSS (Thiruvannamalai Multipurpose Social Service Society
  • CODEP (Community Development Programmes)



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VSSS Director Fr. James S 01-01-2021 Image



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TVMSSS Secretary Fr. James S 01-01-2021 Image

Vellore Social Service Society (VSSS)


  • Vision
  • Mission
  • Activities
  • Result Achieved
  • Projects
  • Plan for Social Apostolate of the Diocese of Vellore

Vellore Social Service Society, VSSS in short, is the first official social development organization of the catholic diocese of Vellore with the aim of promoting justice, peace and development. It was registered under Tamil Nadu Society’s Registration Act in the year October 27th 1971 to assist the poor in the struggle for liberation and development.  It also facilitates the people to form the village development groups in order to plan and implement various programmes for Relief, Welfare, Development and empowerment of the oppressed and marginalized community. Priority is given to Dalit Christian Women, Youth, Farmers and Children.     

Vision of the VSSS

The Vision of VSSS is the “Integral Human Development of under privileged, oppressed, downtrodden and vulnerable groups and to work for them based on the Gospel values of Peace, Love, Unity, Justice and Liberation”.

Mission / Objectives of Society

Vellore Social Service Society actively supports and works towards a just Society, targeting life in fullness to everyone. “I came that they may have life and have it abundantly” (Jn 10:10) Nobody should be deprived of anything particularly of their basic needs and rights.  The concern of VSSS is to facilitate the Dalits, Women and Children to have this life in fullness.  By creating awareness, by conducting animation programme, facilitating financial for men and women, youth and children, giving skill based training, seeking job opportunity.

  • To create social awareness and build-up leadership among the people for Integral Development. 
  • To identify and strengthen the existing grass root level Women and Agricultural groups. 
  • To federate the grass root groups at the Panchayat, Union (Block) and District Level.
  • To organize the people by awareness and academic Education especially the youth for bringing out their own hidden talents and learning the ways and means to tap local resources for overall development.
  • To encourage men and women to form small units of social of developmental forums in the Village, Parish, Vicariate and Diocese.
  • To help small farmers to have access to resources available through Rural   Development schemes of the government through banks.
  • To rehabilitate the physically and socially handicapped and also Sri Lankan refugees, leper families and AIDS affected people.   
  • To emphasize the importance of children’s welfare programmes and women’s development.
  • To undertake community health programmes in rural areas by reach-out programmes and residential centres.
  • To train women to take up self-employment projects for the self-reliance.
  • To promote sustainable agriculture activities despite the agricultural down fall and monsoon failure in the rural areas.
  • To promote solidarity among women (especially in the Scavenger, Cobbler and washer men community) to fight against social injustice, exploitation, discrimination and social evils, prevailing in the society.
  • To empower rural Dalit women by providing skill training and awareness on resources for development. 
  • To prepare them to fight against any social injustice, abuse, and oppression in the society in a systematic manner.
  • To enable the rural poor women to lead an independent, dignified and respect full life by Micro-Credit Programme.
  • To promote the educational and economic status of women and their decision making capacity to enjoy a sustainable and meaningful livelihood.
  • To provide Home to Homeless poor for dignity. 

Activities of VSSS

  • Women Empowerment
  • Skill Development
  • New Thrust Programme
  • Child Development
  • Economic Development
  • Agricultural Development
  • Health Education Programme
  • Political Empowerment
  • Educational Scholarship & Loan
  • Refugees Relief
  • Collaboration with other Commissions
  • Housing Programme
  • Lepers Welfare Programme
  • Drinking Water Programme
  • Training Programmes
  • Community Centres- Makkal Nalvazhvu Mayyam
  • Self Employment Training Programme for Women
  • Vocational / Computer Education
  • Special Events
  • Kolping India

Women Empowerment

Women in the society are always voiceless and also powerless abandoned people in the community.  The men are the masters and dominant in the house and in the community.  To remedy the situation, we have implemented women empowerment programme by several training programmes such as capacity building, skill development, orientation and animation, social analysis, management, resource mobilization, food process, micro credit, free legal aid Women rights and networking, etc. 

Women groups are federated at union and district level.   Every three months’ union federations conduct the meeting and plan for their development activities. General Body meetings are conducted twice in a year. Special efforts have been taken to increase the savings of groups. 

The leaders are equipped well to tap Government programmes such as street light, widow’s pension, ration cards, drinking water facilities, connecting roads, street roads, ration shops, house pattas, agri land pattas, free gas connection, free T.V. educational scholarship, medical aids, overhead tank, bus stop, drainages, handicapped programmes, health camps, primary health centres etc. They were able to identify the problems and they know how to tackle it smoothly. They have taken social evil issues such as, dowry death, women harassment, removing illicit liquor and succeeded.

Skill Development - Training for Self Employment

VSSS conducted various trainings for self-employment such as computer education, Tailoring, food preservation, doll making, screen printing, painting, jerry work, jute bags, paper bags, basket making, wire bags, small mats, woollen works and plate decorations paintings etc. Steps have been taken to have new trainings in our centres.  

New Thrust Programme

The New Thrust Programme was supported by MISEREOR through TASOSS.   The objective of the programme is the promotion of self-reliant and self-sustaining people’s movement for social transformation.  The programme has promoted women’s empowerment.  They built up linkages with other light-minded people’s organization, Government departments and resource centres.  They identified Micro / Macro issues and tackled through demonstrations. At present the programme main aim is economic development of vulnerable group.

Child Development

The Primary aim in this programme is to eradicate child labour and the evil of school dropouts.  Our field staffs have taken survey of children in our district and we implemented effective programmes eradication.  At present we are running 20 Non-Formal Tuition Centres. We give top priority to child health care.  Education 2,400 children are rehabilitated.

Economic Development

Our target area people are oppressed and suppressed.  They are socially marginalized and economically backward.  They have no access to credit system or alternate source of income.  They compelled to depend on moneylenders. VSSS started small saving schemes organized micro credit programme, Income generation programme and self employment programme etc.  VSSS guides the youth to Banks for their self employment, education and other needy purposes.

Agricultural Development

VSSS aims at promoting the environment and improve the living conditions of the small and marginal farmers. We have organized 100 farmers group in our district. 

The following trainings were given to farmers club: 1) Orientation training,   2) Environment   development,    3) Water management 4) Soil Testing, 5) Tree plantation, 6) Sapling and seed, 7)Fodder cultivation, 8) Dry land Management, 9) EDP Development, 10) Government Programmes, 

11) Animal Husbandry, 12) Poultry management, 13) Vermin culture 200 farmers were benefited by above training programmes. VSSS has disbursed matching grant to selected groups to tune of their development.

Health Education Programme

VSSS is supporting the Diocesan health centres to run smoothly.  Through our women association, health camps were conducted in various rural and slum centres. The school children were given basic health hygiene programme. AIDS / HIV / Health camps were conducted to the affected people by networking with other NGOs. AIDS Awareness programmes are conducted in several villages in Vellore District.  

Political Empowerment

Director of VSSS along with its team, organize awareness programmes to women, and men groups.  As a result of our animation, women groups conducted the survey about the service rendered by politician MLAs, MPs and Various party leaders.  They prepared a memorandum “Thearthal Nilaipadugal” (strategy on Election) and it was given to President of Parties, Chief Ministers during Elections.  Awareness camps were conducted to the candidates to contest in Panchayat Election. 

Educational Scholarship

Every year VSSS collaborate with Diocese and TNBC SC/ST Commission in the distribution of scholarships to our diocesan students. 


Vellore Social Service Society is distributing loans for various purposes such as medical emergency, agriculture, education, self employment and other urgent needs. 

Refugees Relief

15 study centre sheds were reconstructed in Sri Lanka Refugees camps. Books and Note books were disbursed for 625 refugee children. Emergency medical aids were given to them. Bore wells, water facilities and pipe lines were laid in 2 refugee’s camps. Tailoring and computer centres were established in 10 camps. Nutritious food was provided to pregnancy mother. 

Collaboration with other Commissions

Vellore Social Service Society is collaborating with other diocesan commissions such as Laity Commission, Labour Commission, Women Commission, SC/ST Commission, Peace Justice Commission, Family Commission and Prison Ministry. We support them also for conducting training programmes. Marriage information bureau is functioning in VSSS. 

Housing Programme 

Housing is one of the most basic needs of our people. Most of the Indian population live in huts. In urban areas, people in large numbers are living in slums. we have constructed 150 Houses for Dalit and Poor families and enabled them to maintain dignity and equality..    

Lepers Welfare Programme

At Vadakkumedu some 60 patients of Leprosy are rehabilitated. They are highly motivated and maintain dignity. They have their own credit bank, co-op store and dairy form etc. They are respected by other people.  They got overhead tank, street light, cemetery etc., from Government.  Two community centres, 20 handlooms for leper family and 15 power loom factory for the community were established by VSSS.   Every Christmas we distribute food, cloth etc., 

Drinking Water Programmes

The people living in Indian Rural Areas suffer due to lack of clean water.  Eco-system is not in favour of human habitation. Due to monsoon failure, lowering of ground and surface water source, mismanagement of available water etc., people in the rural area have been facing with severe water problem every year. It is so pathetic to note that women and children in the rural areas are walking 7-10 kilometres every day to fetch a pot of drinking water. VSSS has taken proper steps and implemented drinking water programme.

Training Programmes

VSSS has conducted series of Seminars for youth and Village leaders. Data has been gathered in order to understand the various trends of development in the various parishes and needs of people.

 Following training programme were conducted:

 1) Social analysis    2) Human Rights   3) Women Rights 4) Child Rights 5) Familywelfare act   6) Information rights act   7) Political Rights   8) Panchayatraja9) Capacity Building  10) Leadership  11) Global warming   12) Climate change 13)  Environment development  14) Entrepreneurship  Development   15) Self-Employment  16) Animal husbandry  17) Resource management 18) Health Education   19) Job orientated training   20) Income generation  21) Government Schemes    22) Aids awareness   23) Organic forming  24) Agricultural development.  25) Nutrition Gardent   

­­Community Centres

Community centres were established to impart various types of trainings to the community on spiritual, social economic, health educational development and to encourage the people to participate in their own development. Christian value based education was given to the participants in-order to build-up just and equal society. VSSS had constructed ‘Makkal Nalvazhvu Mayyam’ [ Centre for People Welfare] having 28 rooms, and 2 hall for training, this centre is for Medical ministry for the   outpatient who undergo treatment at CMC hospital, one of the leading hospital in the country are accommodated in this centre.  The income earned by the centre will be used for development of the women, maintenance of the centre, medical financial support to poor and various development trainings.  The balance amount will be set up part for future development and sustenance.

Self Employment Training Programme for Women

Women are treated as inferiors in their own families even by parents, in-laws and husbands. Women have been oppressed for centuries. Their lives are marked by poverty, disrespect, fear, frustration, despair. Women come together because they experience suffering and willingly join Sanghams (women groups) because they see rays of hope for bright future.  Self employment will bring them income and dignity. The following trainings were conducted by VSSS.

  1. Entrepreneurial skill development training,  
  2.  Skill and handicraft training, 
  3. Handicraft training, 
  4. Training on Indoor decoration,   
  5. Design making, 
  6. Screen printing,   
  7. Jemi works,  
  8. Embroidery,  
  9. Cut work,  
  10.  Dress making, 
  11.  Vessel painting,  
  12.  Floor mate,   
  13.  Toilet mate,   
  14.  Waste cycle tube mate, 
  15.  Door & window decorate,  
  16.  Tailoring,   
  17.  Doll making,   
  18.  Gem cutting,   
  19.  Ready-made garments, 
  20.  Mate,  
  21.  Envelop making,  
  22.  Letter pads   

Vocational / Computer Education:

The People of Our Area are socially, economically and educationally backward. Most of them are agriculture seasonal labours and they belong to Dalit community. Due to their poor financial conditions the parents are not able to Job oriented Education to the children.  Vocational / Computer Education bring job.  

Special Events

  • Women’s Day
  • Christmas Day Celebration
  • May Day
  • Human Rights Day
  • Pongal Vizha (Harvest Festival)
  • Workers Day
  • Children’s Day
  • Dharana for Palar River
  • Peace Day
  • Religious Harmony  Day

Kolping India

Kolping India Units are created in two districts of our Diocese. 55 Units were registered. The aim of the Kolping is to form good Christian, good parent, good citizen and good worker.  We have conducted seminars on capacity building, skill development training, spiritual animation programme and Kolping thoughts. 

Result Achieved

  • People are aware of Social, Political, Educational and Health conditions.
  • A steady raise in the economic status of the beneficiaries.
  • Increased leadership qualities and decision-making capacity.
  • People demand their Rights. People movements are formed for empowerment
  • Capacity in tackling local issues and problems increased. 
  • Men and women involve in social actions against – Dowry death, Violence against women, illicit liquor, Caste issues, etc.
  • An increase in literacy rate among the beneficiaries.
  • Increase in the number of self-help groups and federations for Integral development.
  • Social recognition is ensured and the overall status of Poor / Dalit in the society is improved.
  • Education is assured to the children of Dalit community.  Now 10,250 are studying higher education.
  • Refugee Welfare Programme helped the beneficiaries in a big way to overcome their basic problems pertaining to drinking water, shelter, medical service, education and mother & child programme.
  • The beneficiaries of our target area were able to feel the overall development through various developments, welfare, relief, rehabilitation measurers undertaken.
  • Housing, safe drinking water and health care facilities etc., were the major programme contributions through which the standard of life of Dalit community was raised.

Plan for Social Apostolate of the Diocese of Vellore

Professional Education Training Centre and Admin Block for Social Commissions (Golden Campus)

To Conduct Professional Coaching, Training and Bridge course for the under privileged, marginalized, unemployment youth for the employment in Government, Corporate and Service Sector.  This center will provide job opportunity to educated youth in Vellore Diocese.

Tribal Integrated Development Programme (TIDP)

The Tribal are most deserving community in Vellore Diocese, most of them are under poverty line, they are exploited by landlords and caste people.  Hence we remedy the situation we planned tribal integrated development programme to improve the living condition and raise financial and to become independent living condition.

Jesus’ Children Park Having Counseling / Guidance Centres

To give development to the children various activities is proposed to give counceling, guidance, skill development, special education, recreation, indoor games, general knowledge development, spoken english, writing essays, acting, singing will be conducted in the children park.  Every year 1,000 children will be benefited.  

Income Generation Programmes for Sustainability

To economic condition of downtrodden people various self employment, skill development, production oriented training will be conducting in this centre.  Marketting arrangements, financial assistance will be arranged through the Banks to start Income Generation Activities. In future through this programme poor families will able to sustainability.

Small Scale Industries like Garment Industries

We proposed to start Garment making, handicrafts, indoor decoration, painting, artificial jwellery making, small trades such as soap, phenoil, washing powder, food processing, training will be given to poor people, after the training financial assistance will arranged through Government schmes minority welfare and other financial companies for start small scale industries.

Organic Farming / Animal Husbandry

Bishop of Vellore came forward to give Diocesan land to poor and oppressed community to start organic farming with animal husbandry such as goat rearing, milch animals etc., The poor people form a cooperative groups and start cultivation through this we help them to relieve from poverty.

Young Widows Welfare Programme

Many family heads (Men) are addict to alcoholic.  All the earning and savings they spent for alcoholism and spoil the health due to this problem many young men died living his wife and family.  Hence we planned to give awareness to reduce alcoholic habit and trained young widows to become entrepreneurs.  In each parish there are 42 to 50 widows.  To our intervention widows will be saving from the evil from society, they will be independent dignified life; widows will be respected by community.

Thiruvannamalai Multipurpose Social Service Society (TVMSSS)


  • Vision
  • Mission
  • Service Area
  • Programmes of TVMSSS

TVMSSS is the official organ of the Catholic Diocese of Vellore, legally registered under Societies Registration Act, and had its beginning in the year 2003. It is non profit in nature and works with the indigent communities in the District of Thiruvannamalai, for their holistic growth based on the magnitude, symptoms and causes existing in the societies and resolving the problems 
 with the participatory approaches of the community in need. 


Formation of “A New way of being to a New Society” based on Mutual Dialogue, Love, Justice, Peace, Equality and Brotherhood where all people live with dignity and in communion with Self, Neighbour, God and the Cosmos through the process of Empowerment, 


Through the process of empowerment, protecting the fundamental rights of the poor and the marginalized, fighting against discriminations on the basis of gender, colour, race, language, religion and culture, and restoring human dignity to the Rural Dalit Women and Children. 

Service Area of TVMSSS 

TVMSSS works in 7 Taluks of the District of Tiruvannamalai viz.Arni Chengam, Cheyyar, Vandavasi, Polur, Thandarampattu and Tiruvannamalai. It carries out various development projects that focus on education, economic, social, women empowerment (Self Help Groups), Agri Sangams (Farmers Groups) Health and Sanitation, relief and rehabilitation, vocational trainings, care and support to the HIV/AIDS infected and affected children. 

Programmes of TVMSSS 

  • Care and Support
  • Non-formal Education of the Tribal Dalit Children
  • Women Empowerment – New Thrust
  • Micro Credit facilitation

Care and support 

TVMSSS is taking care of more than 1106 children who are either infected or affected by HIV/AIDS. 19 staff members set apart for the programme caring for these children. Among them 14 (fourteen) of them are Outreach Workers, visiting these children at their homes and supplying support for Education, Medicine, Nutrition, Clothing and other household need of these children. Likewise various services/Supports of CHAHA project can be classified as follow:

1. Nutrition Support, 2. Education Support 3. Household Support 4. Income Generation Support  5. OI Support

It is a pity that the number of such children is on the increase as the outreach workers find out and register such children. Now our problem is lack of sufficient means to meet their needs. 

Non-formal Education of the Tribal Dalit Children in Chengam Taluk. 

From 2013 there were 10 centres of Non-formal Education. Each centre having minimum 30 children studying. Evening centers are financially supported by Diocese & local parish.

Women Empowerment – New Thrust 

Programme funded by MISEREOR, Germany. As the MISEREOR asked in 2013 to cut short the number field staff due to reduction of fund instead of Nine Field Staff now only four of them are covering the field areas and evidently they are not able to cover the vast areas of the district, with proper timing and care. They can do justice only to 8 blocks each of them covering 2 blocks. The achievements of New thrust Program is given below:

  • Capacitated and augmented skill of the Diocesan Social Service Societies Directors and staff.
  • Formulated people’s livelihood and right based groups (CBOs)
  • Established experts committee for right based and increase livelihood resource support organization.
  • Developed documentation skills among CBOs
  • Strengthened right based and livelihood community based organization.
  • Worked with government officials towards finding solutions to problems.
  • Extended coordination among peoples organizations.
  • Enabled the existing leaders of CBOs to emerge as state level trainers. 
  • At present TVMSSS giving priority to livelihood programme for vulnerable families.
  • Focusing on self employment, Income Generation group activities and Milk Dairy Farm, etc.,
  • Women enterprenurs scheme at Kilnathur village, they product Paper bags, 
     Wire bags and other production oriented programmes are ongoing.

Micro Credit facilitation for Income Generation 

In order to enable the poor families towards self help, Micro Credit facilitation has been proved an effective means. Milking cows provided to the poor families, could fetch regular income to the families by way of sale of the milk

Sewing Machines for Income Generation :Sewing Machines were distributed to poor women in Tiruvannamalai District in view of facilitating income generation for their families.

Bore Wells for Safe Drinking Water: 30 Bore wells were provided with hand pumps to the poor people in 30 parishes for obtaining safe drinking water for them.

Plating Boxes for Dhobis’ Income Generation: 5 Bronze plating boxes were given to the poor dhobis (Washer men) for enabling them for income generation.

New Clothes to the poor at every Christmas: new clothes have been distributed to 1,000 beneficiaries each year in view of Christmas.                                                               

Conclusion: Though the needs of the poor people of the district of Thiruvannamalai are genuine and urgent, lack of fund makes it very hard to address to their needs.  TVMSSS will do its best to serve the poor and the needy depending on the availability of funds. We express our sincere gratitude and appreciation to all kind-hearted and generous people who stand for the development and growth of our poor people in the district of Thiruvannamalai.

CODEP – Community Development Programme


  • Mission
  • Vision
  • Objectives
  • Programmes
  • CODEP Sponsorship Programme for Dalits: [CSPD]
  • Trades in CODEP ITI

Codep ITI was started in the year of 1989 by Dr. M. Aschhoff M.D, programme director, codep with financial assistance received from Deutscher – Caritasverband. This institute is owned and run by CODEP – Community Development Programme registered under society’s registration act 1987. In the year 1996 this institute was handed over to Vellore social service society (VSSS) an official social organ of the catholic bishop house, Vellore. 

Codep ITI is the Sub - Unit of Vellore Social Service [VSSS] an official social organ of the Catholic Diocese of Vellore. It is the only one Diocesan Technical Institute, which was started in the year 1989 with one Trade called MMV (Motor Mechanic Vehicle).  In the year 2009 – 2010 the ITI has improved its level by starting two new Trades Welder and Fitter.  It offers technical education for the poorest section of the Population; up to 2000 boys have completed their training at CODEP ITI. The School guaranties that every students gets a job when they completed a course at the school. The CODEP ITI celebrated its Silver Jubilee - 25 years of serving the Young, Poor, Dalit boys.

Mission for CODEP ITI:

In training youth for employment in industry CODEP ITI is dedicated to impart team spirit, creativity, empathy and ethical values. To offer very low cost technical training of high quality to Dalit boys in the diocese especially from Chetpet area, Thiruvannamalai District. 

Vision for CODEP ITI:

Codep - ITI’s vision is to empower the poor youth from the marginalized section of the society, especially the Dalits among them, with high quality industry relevant training and thus raise their families out of poverty. The school’s vision is to develop itself into a leading training institution for poor Dalits and marginalised, in and around Chetpet. The technical school will offer a wide range of courses in the fields where jobs are available. In the long term, an engineering college will be established so that the poor Dalits and marginalised can study and become engineers. Finally, the school wants to be self-sustainable in the due course of time.

CODEP is the unit of Vellore Social Service Society, an official social organ of the Catholic Diocese of Vellore. It mainly focuses on the community development projects, such as income generation activities, formation of Self-Help groups, empowerment through education etc.


The major objectives of CODEP are

  • To identify and give expression to the needs of a particular community with which the institution works, irrespective of caste or creed.
  • To function as catalytic agent between the people and various Government and Non-Government agencies for development
  • To mobilize the local human and material resources for development by building up an attitude of self-help among the people.
  • To develop an attitude of mutual cooperation and desire to help one another. To provide, when absolutely essential, resources for development with the object of making the reasonable period of time.


BISCOM [Bishop Sounder Computer and Communication Training]: BISCOM was started in 2009 in order to give professional and job oriented training to rural youth. It mainly focuses on the education of rural youth with computer knowledge and training in Communication English. Its motivational objective is ”Dare to Learn”.

Computer Training: Basics in Computer, DCA (Diploma in Computer Application), Multimedia, DTP [Desk Top Publishing] and Tally (Accounting Software).

Communication English Training:  Reading, Listening, Writing, Speaking fluently and Vocabulary learning         

CODEP Sponsorship Programme for Dalits: [CSPD] This sponsorship programme focuses mainly on the Dalit boys who study in CODEP ITI. The 35 Dalit students are given sponsorship every year to complete their education and training in CODEP ITI. The selection of students is done by the CODEP Advisory Committee.


There are trades in CODEP ITI. All the trades are recognised by the Central Government of India and have the NCVT Certificate. 

  • MMV: Mechanic Motor Vehicle
  • Extra Curricular Activities of Codep – ITI

MMV: Mechanic Motor Vehicle:

CODEP ITI was started with only one trade Motor Mechanic Vehicle [MMV]. The institute is giving training in this trade for almost 22 years. It has well experienced staffs. Our students are placed in well known companies. 


In the year 2011, New Fitter trade was started. Students finished their studies. NCVT Certified. 10th pass is the minimum requirements to join this course.


The welder trade was started in the year 2011. Students has completed their studies and are very well placed. NCVT certified. 10th STD pass is the minimum qualification needed to join this Course. 

Extra Curricular Activities of Codep – ITI:

  • Implant Training
  • Skill for Progress
  • TATA Training Program
  • Industrial Visit
  • Self – Upgrading of the ITI
  • Campus Interview

Implant Training:

Motor Mechanic Vehicle (MMV) students are taking training in automobile workshop and also they are getting training at service station by washing the two wheelers, Auto, four wheelers, and all kind of HMV from outside. For washing the vehicles they are using the ramp and hydraulic hoist, they are getting good experience in that area regularly. MMV students getting practical knowledge by sending them for implant training at Vamana motors, Tiruvannamalai ever year regularly. We are sending the students to the local two wheeler and four wheeler workshop for regular training (wheel alignment shop, Tata ace workshop)

Skill for Progress:

After becoming skip membership we got agreement with TATA motors through skip and we got leap programme by Tata motors ever year. SKIP giving one week training support with SIMENS Company and by giving valid certificate to the fitter students. We are participating regularly. 

TATA Training Program:

We have made an agreement with TATA Motors limited from 2015 onwards. So we are running a leap programme and every year we can admit 20 students regularly – qualification is 8th passed. They are given stipend also. TATA Motors giving TOT training for the trainers. Our staff got one month training at Pune regularly from 2016. TATA Motors has given aggregates to our ITI for MMV trade. 

Industrial Visit:

Fitter students go for one month implant training at Dharani sugars, Polur. Every year we are sending the students for implant training, Last year we went to Ranipet Greaves cotton Ltd., for industrial visit. Welder students are going to the local workshop for getting implant training. 

Self – Upgrading of the ITI:

We have done the Registration for self - grading through the MIS portal on 19.03.2019 as per the Government Norms of the Technical school and we have got 4.08 Score on Phase II self grading. We have purchased Tools & equipments purchased for Workshop General Maintenance and training tool kit for the students. It was purchased from Coimbatore for technical inspection.   The Annual technical inspection was held on22.04.2019 by the Principal, Govt. ITI, Ulundurpet.

Campus Interview

Every year, we conduct Campus interview in our CODEP ITI. Multi-National Companies like P&G, GKN come and select students in our technical school.