BANGALORE: The CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Center in joint venture Bangalore-based Rural Human Resource, will be organising an International exhibition called ‘Edu Tech Mela-Japan 2012’, from March 1 to 5th at Palace Grounds, Bangalore.
The exhibition is held in order to cater to people who hail from the rural areas and create awareness among the rural unemployed youths who have already qualified as technicians, but are unaware in the areas of the latest world class technology.
Speaking to the mediapersons, B P Natraj, Computer Numerical Control Humanware trainer, said that “Corporate sectors have lack of knowledge on the technical field and the latest technology.
This exhibition would not only help them from getting to know about the latest technology displayed at the fair, but will also help them attend seminars, job fairs, information regarding free scholarships, government schemes and many more.”
He added that, “This exhibition could help the
small and medium industries in the state including
the major industries to look out for technologies of the global standards that would be exhibited in the Mela and the same can be accommodated in domestic
establishments to improve the
“AOTS, (The Association for Overseas Technical Scholarship) which is an expert training organization in Japan will be providing thetechnical cooperation through training activities and free scholarships to the people who are interested in,” BP Natraj added.