One of the best private ITI colleges in West Bengal, Jyotirmoy Private Industrial Training Institute (JPITI) is a fast rising centre of learning. A unit of Jyotirmoy Education & Welfare Foundation, JPITI is a self -financed institute on industrial training which aims at equipping students with skills that are in high demand among various segments of the Indian industry.
With skills coming under renewed focus in the National Education Policy 2020, JPITI assumes more importance than before as a catalyst for technical education and workforce reforms.
JPITI was set up by one of India’s renowned promoters of education, Dr. Partha Sarathi Ganguli, who brings to the education sector new ideas and fresh solutions to help career-aspirants overcome newer challenges.
Catering to the exact needs of Industry, JPITI has been churning out professionals in keeping with the national goal of creating a highly competent skilled workforce of global standards.
What positions JPITI as a leader among its peers not only in Kolkata but in the whole of West Bengal is the cutting-edge training its highly experienced faculty imparts. The faculty takes special care and affords students captive attention they need for their holistic development.
Our finely tuned programs are job-oriented as much they create scopes for self-employment.
Our institute nestles in a 22-acre lush green environment on the campus of the Jyotirmoy Knowledge Park , JKP, located in Sonarpur, the southern suburb of Kolkata. Perceived as a centre of excellence, the foundation was established in 2003 and since has consistently worked towards providing educational opportunities right from the kindergarten stage to Law and MBBS levels. Functioning under the JKP banner are: The Jyotirmoy Public School, The Jyotirmoy School of Law, Jyotirmoy School of Education, The Jyotirmoy School of Business and Saraswati Online.Com, apart from JPITI.
The foundation has a global footprint, with a rich network of associates in various countries. So far, Saraswationline.com has helped more than 2500 Indian students complete their MBBS from foreign medical schools, and another 6000 plus are in the making.