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SVP Mahila Vidya Peeth Pvt Industrial Training Institute

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Established on 10-07-1992

The first ITI for women in Karnataka was established on 1992 with the introduction of courses for women in sewing technology and fashion design.

This institution is associated with NCVT Delhi and offers trades that will enable women to become capable of supporting themselves on their own.

In order to build the first ladies I.T.I., Shri Vijay Sankeshwar, a former M.P., Chairman of the V.R.L. Group of Companies, and supporter of education, donated Rs. 20,00,000 (twenty lakhs) from his M. P. Fund.

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Smt. Saroja V Mahantawodeya

Voice of Principal

Smt. Saroja V Mahantawodeyar is a distinguished educationist and a prominent figure in the realm of technical and vocational education. With a career spanning several decades, she has been a trailblazer in fostering a culture of skill development and empowerment among women. As the Principal of ITI SVP Mahila Vidya Peeth, she has exhibited exceptional leadership and dedication, leaving an indelible mark on both the institution and the students she has guided.

ITI SVP Mahila Vidya Peeth stands as a testament to Smt. Saroja’s commitment to women’s education and empowerment. The institution, under her visionary leadership, has transformed into a hub of technical education where women are provided with the skills, knowledge, and confidence to thrive in traditionally male-dominated fields. Her emphasis on gender parity and skill-building has led to a generation of empowered women who are ready to conquer challenges and contribute meaningfully to the workforce.

Smt. Saroja’s tenure as the principal has been marked by numerous accomplishments. She has overseen the expansion of the institution’s course offerings, ensuring that they are aligned with the demands of the ever-evolving job market. By forging partnerships with industries and collaborating with other educational institutions, she has successfully bridged the gap between academia and industry, enabling students to acquire hands-on experience and practical skills.

One of her remarkable achievements has been creating a conducive learning environment that fosters innovation and creativity. By promoting a culture of open dialogue, critical thinking, and problem-solving, she has nurtured a generation of students who are not just technically adept but also capable of finding innovative solutions to real-world challenges.

Smt. Saroja’s leadership extends beyond the confines of the institution. She has actively participated in various seminars, workshops, and conferences, where she has shared her insights on women’s education, skill development, and the role of technical institutions in shaping a progressive society. Her contributions have not only enhanced the reputation of the institution but have also inspired educators and policymakers to take affirmative actions in the field of vocational education.


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