CINT’s foray into the education sector has been in orientation with the ongoing reforms of government like ‘Skill India’ initiatives to address the growing needs of the country pertaining to education and skill development.

We believe that while the lack of efficiency is becoming a major problem, it is the principles of sustainable development that represent growth opportunities and differentiation. In order to enjoy the fruits of our unique demographic dividend, there is an urgent need to redefine the critical components of skill development and training to make them more relevant, creative and inclusive.

The needs of industries are rapidly evolving; as a result working professionals are looking to upgrade their skills while non-working youth aspiring to acquire relevant skills and be a part of the industry. We at CINT are working in this direction so as to make our workforce from different sectors ready to achieve the ambitious goals of initiatives like ‘Make in India’ under which there is a need of 500 million skilled people by 2022. We aim to bridge this gap of demand-supply of skilled workforce through our skill development and skill enhancement training programmes.

At CINT, we follow a Four Tier Development Model: