Bangalore 20 July: FTCI along with Department of Home, CTA organized 3rd batch of Higher Diploma in Co-operative Management training at the Regional Institute of Co-operative Management Bangalore which starts on 12 July 2012. 6 Tibetan boys and 3 Tibetan girls have been interviewed and selected by FTCI for HDCM course which takes 9 months period. The course covers on cooperative movement, bye-laws, cooperative principles, financing, marketing, etc. After the completion of the course, the HDCM graduates are posted either as Tibetan co-operative CEO or Accountant. They will be visiting Tibetan Co-operative societies in Karnataka for 2 weeks exposure trip during the course. This course is fully sponsored and students will be given job on completion of their course in one of the Tibetan co-operative society.
FTCI CEO Tashi Wangdu and Deputy CEO Tenzin Yega met RICM director Dr. S A Siddhanti and concern staff and discussed about the training.