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    Which is the best course after Diploma in Tool and Die making?


    Thinking of joining some course after Diploma in Tool and Die making? Want to enhance your career in Tool and Die making? Get expert advise here on some of the best courses to do after Diploma in Tool and Die making.

    I have done four years diploma in tool and die making from Hyderabad in 2009 with 70% marks. After that due to some problem I joined a job. I have more than 6 years of experience. Suggest me which is best course after diploma to develop my career further.
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    There is a growing demand for quality Tool makers, Tool & Product Designers, Skilled manufacturers and Maintenance Engineers. There are various courses being offered in reputed institutions like Central Tool Room & Training Centre (CTTC), Bhubaneswar and Nettur Technical Training Foundation (NTTF), Kerala in the areas of Tool & Die, production and design. These training, production, design and consultancy centres were established in technical cooperation programme between Govt. of India & Govt. of Denmark to meet the above requirements.

    Having done a Diploma in Tools and Die course, it is better for opting for a Post-graduate Diploma course in these following at any of the institutes and the above mentioned Institutes are famous for the infrastructure and academic track record.
    1. Post Graduate/Diploma in CAD/CAM (PDCC)
    2. Post Graduate/Diploma in Tool Die & Manufacturing (PDTDM)
    3. Post Graduate in Tool Design & CAD CAM (PGTD)
    The above courses are offered at CTTC, Bhubaneswar while NTTF offers the following courses (one year full time course):
    1. Post-Diploma Program in Tool Design
    2. Post-Diploma Program in Industrial Automation
    3. Post-Diploma Program in Power Electronics
    4. Post-Diploma Program in Embedded Systems

    For complete details you can check their official website.

    Regards,
    Jagdish

  • #142329
    The Diploma in Tool and Die making is basic sufficient to grow or establish a small scale industry as well. If you would like to do some other related Diploma or Certificate course then you may also try CNC related one which can benefit you additionally.

    The Tool and Die makers are always in demand in Indian and even abroad as well, specially the one who passed out from NTTF, GTTF, CTTC etc. so you can use your career wisely.

    Regards,
    Hafeezur Rahman
    ISC Editor – Jobs


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