Student Speak

I am a student of KIKI and I want to share some memories at KIKI Centre for Technology (KCT). Usually when you take admission in a Technical Training Institute, it’s just you, machines and books. Only big international universities have all the cultural & sports programs. But in KIKI, I found that we can also enjoy similar same programs. I was both happy and surprised to know that and the most beautiful thing about KCT’s Sports Program is open not only to students but also the Staff .I enrolled in the Sports program, as there are different events like 100m race, 100m hurdles (Men and Women both), Wheel Barrow, Staff Race, Sack Race etc. We also have a Soap Box Run for which we start preparing a month prior, so that we enjoy an enhanced experience in Mechanical as well as the Teamwork and Management. We also celebrate our Annual Sports Day Meet in the month of February every year.

We get a lot of snacks and drinks during the sports program and a prize distribution ceremony is held after the games are over. Winning team gets to celebrate with Cakes and Medals. Other teams also celebrate. Thi in a nutshell iswhat constitutes KCT’s Sports program. Enjoyment can be felt on the field.

Student Name: Sachin
Course: Tool & Die (Mechanical)

Learning Japanese concept of 5S @ KIKI

KIKI not only trains students to excel in academics but also trains them in various co-curricular activities. One of them is 5S. We students are taught to understand the importance of 5S by following it.

5S is not just a clean-up campaign, it’s a system that allows individuals to work more efficiently. It requires:

  1. Perseverance and determination
  2. The ability to see what’s important
  3. Attention to detail
Experience of getting “On-the Job Training” through KIKI

I feel really proud to be a part of KIKI Centre for Technology. KIKI training centre provides excellent training in soft skills and technical education. It refines all our skills which helps a lot during the various stages of our interview. KIKI’s intensive coaching boosted my confidence levels to a great extent.

KIKI Centre for Technology is an excellent training institute where students are provided innumerable opportunities to hone their skills and talents. Once we step into this institute there is no looking back, only sky is the limit for every student here.

Sophisticated infrastructure, excellent faculty and well-maintained labs provide every student an opportunity to excel in life.

Student Name: Gurjeet Singh
Course: Mechatronics (Electrical, Electronics, Robotics)
Company: Atma Autotech Engineers Pvt. Ltd.

Importance of Soft Skills at KIKI

I am a second-year student of Kiki Centre for Technology. When I joined Kiki Centre for Technology one year back, I was introduced to a very new subject “SOFT SKILLS” – it was new to me not because I had never heard about it during my school days, I had also not heard any of my friends, who were already in college, mention the term.

It turned out to be not only the most interesting and fun subject but also the most useful in every possible way. We were trained from how to sit properly to how to work in teams. We were taught effective communication skills, leadership skills, teamwork skills through various exercises and games conducted by experienced and professional trainers and. Soft skills have helped me a lot to develop my personality and helped me to maintain good relations with everyone.

I now feel that soft skills do play a very significant role in one’s success and it should be taught in every training institute and college for a better tomorrow of both students and the country.

Student Name: Jeslin Mathew
Course: Tool & Die (Mechanical)

Advantage of Kiki Diploma over regular Diploma

My name is Arun Kumar, and I was a student of Mechatronics at KiKi training institute and graduated in March-2016. I got my final placement at IFB Industries Ltd.,Bangalore where I am working with a salary package of 3.5 Lakh CTC.

Before joining Kiki, I had done a regular Diploma course at another college, but was very depressed about my future, since I could not find a suitable job. Then I joined Kiki, as a lateral Entry 2 nd Year student and I quickly realized that the trainers are very knowledgeable and helpful. And my life changed.

Initially, while at Kiki training institute, during the Earn While You Learn programme, I worked at Atma for on-job training. On completion, I received a job offer from IFB Bangalore which I immediately accepted. I am very happy. Thank you to Kiki and all the Staff of Kiki Centre for Technology.

Student Name: Arun Kumar
Course: Mechatronics (Lateral Entry)

Graduating @ Kiki

My name is Vicky Kumar. I opted to study Tool and Die Design coures at Kiki Centre for Technology and passed out in March-2016. I got my final placement at IFB Industries Ltd., Bangalore, where I am working as a Tool Designer with the salary package of 3.1 Lakh CTC.

I am very satisfied with my job and also with Kiki Centre for Technology. Kiki Centre gave me a huge amount of knowledge, which is very useful for my career. This knowledge which I gained from Kiki training institute has only been possible with the help of the trainers. I realized that Kiki Centre has a very good and friendly environment for teaching and learning, which may not be available in other institutions.

Before joining IFB, in the Earn While You Learn course, I worked as a trainee at Wahi Sons. Kiki Center provided me with several job opportunities. Finally, I was selected at IFB Industries Ltd. I am very thankful to Kiki training institute and all the trainers of Kiki Centre for Technology.

Student Name: Vicky Kumar
Course: Tool & Die (Mechanical)

Learning German @ Kiki

I am Kanwaljeet Singh, a final year student in Tool and Die making course at KIKI Centre for Technology. I have the privilege of learning German Language at this training institute. Specialised Faculty Dr.- Ing. Wolfgang Eckhardt, from Germany teaches the language. It is a very big opportunity for us students in order to prepare for working abroad. As our course is certified from German Chamber of Skilled Crafts, Koblenz, Germany, this means we can apply for jobs in Europe and learning German gives us an advantage.

Learning any foreign language is now-a- days very expensive, whereas at our training institute this is provided free of cost. I believe Kiki Centre for Technology has always been relentless in the pursuit of the best.


Student Name: Kawaljeet Singh
Course: Tool & Die (Mechanical)

My First Day of Internship

Today was my first day at Boston Scientific Company as an Intern. I was a bit nervous. I met Eliza ma’am, Ravi Sir, Arjun sir and Ajay Sir. There were so many employees working at the company.

I introduced myself to my team and came to know about the team. I received a laptop and its accessories and got an identity card for entering the company. Eliza Ma’am showed me my computer system and my workplace. She also told me about my work. Now, I am part of the DA Lab Team. DA Lab means Design Assurance Lab. The team works on the testing of pre-designed medical equipment. Our work is to test the things given by the Product Development Lab team for which we do the calibration. Ravi Sir took me on the tour of the DA Lab. I saw so many precise machines for testing on Catheters. It is a great feeling to get an internship in this Multinational Company.

I am also thankful to Kiki Centre for Technology for giving me this great opportunity. I am feeling so good. I want to learn so many new things here. Thanks to Boston Scientific for selecting me.

Student Name: Ashish Singh
Course: Tool & Die (Mechanical)
Status: 2nd Year Student
Learning Leadership at Kiki

I was appointed as Head organiser of our Institute’s Musical Night Production – a Theatre programme as part of our cultural events calendar. Around hundred people were gathered there including students, teachers and visitors.

As the Head Organiser, I had a lot of responsibilities, where I applied my leadership skills. I distributed the work to other students and helped them make arrangements of everything that needed to be done; transportation, food and beverages, lighting and audio system, seating arrangement etc.

In our theatre programme, many segments were there such as lighting of the lamp by our Institute’s head, theatre act, dance performances, certificate distribution for participants, awards for best actor and actress.

Additionally, I was also selected as the host of the show along with my peer, which meant- more responsibilities. Before a week from the show, my team and I (including teachers) started planning and practising the performances as well as the certificates for the awards ceremony.

Needless to say, there were some things that did not go perfectly as planed and we had to put in quick corrective measures. For example, the food was not delivered on the scheduled time, so I took the initiative coordinate and collect the food from the vendor.

Overall, the whole event was a great success and we enjoyed very much with our teachers and fellow students.

Student Name: Brijesh Goel
Course: Tool & Die (Mechanical)
Status: 3rd Year Student
Industrial Visit to Seigwark, a German Company specializing in Ink manufacturing

It was a dream come true when we were informed that a trip to Seigwerk India Pvt. Ltd. is scheduled as an industrial learning activity. Special thanks to SOS ChidrensVillage India and Kiki Centre For Technology for the opportunity the two together provided us. To add to our happiness a Luxury bus was arranged for our trip. We reached our destination on time and it was a wonderful ambience, surrounded by trees and to add to the charm there were many peacocks which we rarely see at our place.

The officials gave us a warm welcome and provided us with breakfast and soft drinks. The detail explanation of the importance of Mechatronics and its application in the industry was discussed. Seigwerk manufactures packaging ink to different packaging companies for some of the biggest brands in India. The company officials showed interest in absorbing us as their employees and they encouraged us to study all our subjects thoroughly to get into the best industries.

We were taken around the facility and shown how ink is manufactured .A delicious lunch was served to all of us. A game was played and three of the winners were awarded wrist watches! We enjoyed the day and it will be one of the memorable day’s of my life.

Student Name: Meena Netam
Course: Mechatronics
Status: 3rd Year Student