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Inauguration of ‘Trainident’ held at Yenepoya Institute of Technology

Published On : 08 Jul 2018   |  Reported By : canaranews network

Mangaluru,: The inauguration of ‘Trainident’ in collaboration with Centre for Professional Skill Development and Training, Yenepoya Institute of Technology was held.

The program was held in the seminar hall at the Yenepoya Institute of Technology.

Prof Austin Pais welcomed the gathering. Dr Donald Lobo, Dean and HOD, Department of Commerce, St Aloysius evening degree college, Mangaluru was the chief guest. Dr Rajesh D’souza, principal of Yenepoya Institute of Technology, Moodbidri presided over the program.

The CEO and founder Prof Austin Pais presented the company PPT.

The chief guest Dr Donald Lobo explained the importance of start-ups and conceptualized the need for entrepreneurs. He elaborated the importance of hands on experience.

Dr RG D’souza spoke about Yenepoya Institute of Technology’s collaboration with Trainident.

The guests then proceeded to the venue T-08 for the inauguration of Trainident.

Staff teaching, non-teaching, representatives of companies, family members were present.


Trainident is a technical training and skill development company providing customized and personalized learning solutions. At Tranident there is an activity-based model. The learning process is completely hands-on. It has a dedicated technology development and support center in Yenepoya Institute of Technology (YIT).

For more details contact:

Mob: +919902790955
T-08, Yenepoya Institute of Technology
NH13, Thodar
Moodbidri - 574225

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