FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES
(Under Section 4 (1)(b)(i) Right to Information Act 2005)
Indo German Tool Room (IGTR) Aurangabad has been established under Technical co-operation program between Government of India and Government of Republic of Germany as a Govt. of India Society registered under Society Registration Act, XXI, 1860. It is a collaborative project among Govt. of India, Govt. of Germany and Govt. of Maharashtra. The Management of affairs of the Centre rests with the Governing Council constituted by Government of India. Additional Secretary and Development Commissioner (MSME), Government of India is the President of the Society and Chairman of the Governing Council. The Centre has been set up, mainly to train manpower in the field of Tool making and other allied Engineering trades, develop production facilities of moulds, jigs, fixtures and other sophisticated tools for Micro, Small and Medium Scale Industries and to provide consultancy primarily to small scale industries. It renders services such as: Developing production facilities of moulds, jigs, fixtures, gauges and other sophisticated components preferably for Small Scale Industries. Conducting Long Term as well as Short Term Training Programmes in the field of Tool making and other allied Engineering trades both for the freshers and for personnel already engaged in this field. Providing common facilities in precision machining and heat treatment. Providing consultancy facilities primarily for small scale industries in the field of Tool Engineering aimed at improvement in quality and productivity.