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Kelton to provide industry oriented training on Avionics Package fabrication

Thiruvananthapuram, Dec 5 (UNI) Kelton, India's first and the largest electronics corporation in the state sector, will provide industry oriented training on Avionics Package fabrication, which is most essential part in India’s Satellite launch vehicle applications.
In order to meet the requirements of high reliability Electronics package fabrication for the satellite launch vehicle application, VSSC/ISRO has identified Kelton as a technology partner for imparting training on Launch Vehicle Electronics Package fabrication, an official release said here on Thursday.
The programme includes two week intensive training package designed by VSSC as per the standards and executed by Keltron. Test and certification will be jointly carried out by VSSC and Kelton. The maximum number of technicians in a batch is limited to 12.
Kelton had already signed an MOU with VSSC for providing industry oriented training on high reliability soldering, inter connection and electronic fabrication techniques.
As VSSC is planning to launch new programmes like SSLV, Gangayaan there is a need to multiply the present workforce and provide training at a faster pace. The details of the course and other details are available on website www.ksg.keltron.in.
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