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What is Technical Intern Training Program (TITP)?

TITP commenced in 1993 in Japan. The program goal is to contribute to developing countries by accepting its people and transferring skills through On-the-job Training (OJT) in Japan. It promotes international cooperation through the sharing of skills, techniques, and knowledge gained by technical interns with developing nations, leading to both human resource growth and economic advancement of the said regions. To boost the impetus on making India the skill capital of the world, the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), the Government of India, has initiated significant steps.

TITP Contract

One such notable action is the signing of the Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC) with the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare of Japan. The MoC was signed on October 17, 2017, to significantly expand the bilateral cooperation between India and Japan in the skill development sector. Through this program, selected candidates from India undergo three-to-five years of internship in Japan, upon completing the internship, they are required to return to India and utilize the skills acquired by them in Japan. In January 2018, MSDE appointed National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) to monitor the program.

Partnership with Corporate

Collaborative efforts encompass a range of activities such as creating awareness, building capacity, providing loan financing, establishing and managing Sector Skill Councils, conducting assessments for certification, generating employment opportunities, engaging in Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives, participating in World Skills competitions, and taking part in Special Initiatives.

Partnership with Government

The National Skill Development Corporation India (NSDC) was established as a Public Private Partnership Company with the main objective of driving the growth and development of skills in India.

Partnership with Education

Our aim is to form strategic partnerships with the training and education industry, leveraging their extensive expertise in serving specific market sectors like Hospitality, Food and Beverage Services, Retail, Travel, and Leisure.

How we work

Astro help unemployed and unskilled youth build their careers through training courses. These courses include both introductory training to learn about language, culture, and society, as well as practical training to acquire specific technical skills. The training takes place at host companies' premises. Astro offers a variety of skill development courses, covering Job Roles specified by industry Sector Skill Councils. After completing the courses successfully, we arrange interviews and tests to help students find employment opportunities.

Key Features

Period of Training

Trained individuals are sent to Japan for ‘internship’ for three to five years

Job Categories

TITP offers 84 different job categories and 156 specific operations that candidates can choose from to participate in the program.

Trainings in India

Candidates are required to be trained by the Sending Organizations in Japanese language proficiency, orientation to Japanese lifestyle and business norms, and relevant domain training.

Return to India

Upon completion of the program, the trainees are expected to return to India and utilize the acquired skills and knowledge in Japan.

Fees & Courses

TITP Pricing Table

Eligibility Criteria

Japanese Language Proficiency: Mandatory N5 Level Certification in Japanese Language

Age: Up to 35 Years

Minimum Qualifications: Any Diploma / Degree

Minimum 6 Months of Domain Education/Work Experience

Disciplined, soft spoken and well behaved

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