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TLM Faizabad Vocational
Training Centre

Wellesley Bailey Vocational Training Centre

ABOUT THE VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE

TLM Faizabad Vocational Training Centre was established in the year 2001. 

The Methodist Mission built a home for leprosy patients thrown out of their homes, in Faizabad, on the land donated by the king of Ayodhya, and Pandit Kashi Ram, in 1938. Mr M. Hallett, Governor of North Province inaugurated the leprosy asylum on August 17, 1938.  Afterwards, the Mission to Lepers (now, The Leprosy Mission Trust India) took over the leprosy asylum.

In 2001 The Leprosy Mission Trust India started the vocational training centre to provide vocational education to young boys and girls cured of leprosy or whose parents/siblings were affected by leprosy to prepare them for a trade or craft for livelihood.

COURSES OFFERED

Trades affiliated to NCVT/SCVT:

  • Computer operator and programming assistant (COPA)
  • Cutting and sewing
  • Diesel mechanics
  • Welding

 

Non-formal trades:

  • Air-conditioning and refrigeration
  • Beautician
  • Candle making
  • Cutting and sewing
  • Dressmaking
  • Electrical and electronics engineering
  • Stitching and embroidery
  • Two wheeler driving
  • Welding

 

No. of seats

Institutional – 140
Community-based – 354

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