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Project Pitch By: IIT PALAKKAD TECHNOLOGY IHUB FOUNDATION

 

Proposed Project Title


IPTIF's I-trend centre Rural

 

Thematic Area

Gender equality, women empowerment , senior citizens and economically backward groups

Sub Thematic Area

Women Empowerment

Project Synopsis

I-Trend centers will change the landscape of rural India and the country through technical education by reaching close to their homes thereby facilitating technical training and enabling everyone irrespective of their location and bringing about a complete transformation in the remote ecosystem of India.
 
 
 

Overview of the Proposed Project

Estimated Budget
INR 1.0 Cr - INR 5.0 Cr
Proposed Location
Pan India , Pan India , Pan India

Key Project Partners
Government,Gram Panchayat,Companies

Project Status
Proposed
 

Facts

Beneficiary Type (Primary): Women
Beneficiary Type (Secondary): Women
Estimated No. of Beneficiaries: Upto 100 Individuals
Status of Baseline Survey: Already Done
 
 
 

Proposed Project Description

Target population/ Beneficiaries 

Gender equality and empowerment of women - UN's 5th Sustainable Development Goals - forms the bedrock of IPTIF’s i-Trend centers.  Becoming part of the technological world is crucial to empowering women and girls who can learn technical skills, create career pathways, and go beyond gender stereotypes.  Would change lives of rural women and other marginalized sections of the society. Skill development (Basic technical skills to operate 3D Printers, Fab Lab equipment and Testing) to empower rural women and make them Job-ready. 

The training will be conducted in the vernacular to reach a wider audience. The method of conduction will be determined by the conduction location. In rural locations, the technique of transmission will be offline at first, then progress as the area develops. A specific methodology carried out by IPTIF methodology can be adopted in locations where online or off-to-online is possible, and this methodology will be followed. 

The core of IPTIF's i-Ttrend centers is gender equality and women's empowerment, which is one of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. Increasing women's access to and knowledge of technology Improving women's access to technology can help them rise in social status and improve their quality of life. The country's rural population, particularly women in rural areas.

 
 

Salient Features

  1. Give wings to self-reliant dreams of rural women
  2. Gender equality and empowerment of women - UN's 5th Sustainable Development Goals - forms the bedrock of IPTIF
  3. Skill development (Basic technical skills to operate 3D Printers, Fab Lab equipment and Testing) to empower rural women and make them Job-ready.
 

About IIT PALAKKAD TECHNOLOGY IHUB FOUNDATION

Ill Palakkad has established IIT Palakkad Technology IHub Foundation (IPTIF) to facilitate the Technology Innovation Hub on Intelligent Collaborative Systems (TIH-ICS) setup at IIT Palakkad by the National Mission on Interdisciplinary Cyber-Physical Systems (NM-ICPS) coordinated by the DST, Government of India.
 
IPTIF, a Sections (non-profit) organisation, provides a robust platform by way of a healthy, innovative ecosystem in which it can nurture skill development , technology-based start-ups and entrepreneurs. It engages with research institutes and labs inside and outside India and closely collaborates with industry to produce marketable technologies and commodities. TIH-ICS draws talent and utilises capabilities accessible across the country through IPTIF to foster scientific discovery, world-class technology, and product development. 
 
 

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