Shapla Technical Training Institute

In Brief About Shapla Technical Training Institiute

The present age is the age of science and technology. Shapla Technical Training Institute launched computer training in 2016 at its own expense, completely free of cost, to give a touch of technology to the village people. Founder and Executive Director (Mr. Mohsin Ali) of Shapla Gram Unnayan Sangstha, Established Shapla Technical Training Institute for the backward and disadvantaged people of the country. In 2018 Shapla Technical Training Institute Start To trained SEIP Project With PKSF. Here we trained about Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (RAC) And Electrical Installation and Maintenance. Three Month duration based this residential course is completely free. Beside We offer a job opportunity and Low interest loan opportunity set his carrier.

Our Vission

The main goal of this Shapla Technical Training Institution is to creative develop, human power, and protect the Unemployment Problem from Bangladesh. Shapla Technical Training Institution is working on the basis of Technical Training to fulfill this promise.

Our Mission

Prevention Poverty, Decrease the rate of Unemployment Problem, Development and Increase Human Power to remove Poverty from Bangladesh by the Technical Training. Skilled person From This Technical Training should be able to do something for Livelihood.

Present Activities

Computer Training

Shapla Technical Training Institution Started this Computer Training in 2016. At present more than 400 trainees are working in different parts of the country who have received training from us. Our computer training center has training facilities for everyone with separate computers and round-the-clock supply of electricity. There are also advanced lecture sheets and own training books and training provided by quality trainers.

Our Computer courses:
 Computer Office Application
 Database Programing
 Graphics Design
 Web Design
 Web Development


PKSF, over the years, has gained in-depth understanding and valuable experiences on the multi-dimensional aspects of poverty and acknowledge the fact that Bangladesh is well-placed to benefit from the demographic dividend up to 2050, and believe that combined with effective policies and markets could trigger faster rates of economic growth and human development. Thereby, accept as true that human resource plays a vital role in the knowledge economy and working population and it is becoming an increasingly important factor for the performance of individuals, organizations and whole economies. However, the upgrading of skill-based labor market due to technological and organizational change is one of the major threats for the low skilled workers in Bangladesh, as they are being unable to adjust their skills according to the market demand. In this context, PKSF has agreed to implement the ‘Skills for Employment Investment Program (SEIP)’ project and signed the MoU with SDCMU on 7th May 2015 for Tranche-1 and 26th May, 2018 for Tranche-2 to ensure training and employment for the poor and marginalized people of the country so that they can develop their living standard sustainably. PKSF has been ensuring demand driven skill-development training among the poor people under the SEIP project with a view to create productive self and wage employment.

The Finance Division of Ministry of Finance, the Government of Bangladesh (GoB) is working as the executive agency to implement this project and has established ‘Skill Development Coordination and Monitoring Unit’ (SDCMU) to execute it. In cooperation with SDCMU, different organizations including PKSF are implementing the aforementioned project. The Asian Development Bank, the Government of Bangladesh and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) are jointly financing the project.

The goal of the project is to develop skilled workforce through skills development training and therefore placing them in productive self and wage employment which will improve their sustainable livelihoods.

To Fulfil this goals Shapla Gram Unnayan Sangstha works as a Partner of PKSF. 

The main objectives of the SEIP project that we are following:

  • To impart skills training linked to gainful wage or self-employment through our training institutes;
  • To increase access for targeted poor (both male and female) people to market responsive skills development training programs; and
  • To ensure job placement of the trainees after training.

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

Shapla Technical Training Institute training program is one of the most important programs for remove unemployment problems in our society. Shapla Technical Training Institute provides training in institutional trade with the aim of turning unemployed youth into skilled human resources.
We think that, There is no alternative to technical education as co-education as well as textbook education. Shapla Technical Training Institute is approved by Bangladesh Technical Education Board.
We need skilled manpower for higher growth. In view of this, a project called Skills for Employment investment Program (SEIP) is being implemented at Shapla Technical Training Institute, with financial support by Pally karma Shahayok Foundation (PKSF). This training can be done from any part of the country Free of cost, with completely free accommodation and food arrangements.

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning is one of the most valuable course on It. Here Students are trained with Refrigerator and Air Conditioner mechanic Part.

Electrical Installation & Maintenance

The scope of electrical installation course is to help and provide the designer and user of electrical plants with the correct definition application of equipment, in numerous practical installation situations.

The dimensioning of an electrical plant requires knowledge of different factors relating to, for example, installation utilities, the electrical conductors and other components; this knowledge leads the design engineer to consult numerous documents and technical catalogues.

This electrical installation training course of Shapla Technical Training Institute, however, aims to supply, in training session, for the quick definition of the main parameters of the components of an electrical plant and for the selection of the protection devices for a wide range of installations. Some application examples are included to aid comprehension of the selection tables.

The course serves as a skill enhancement measures for those who have a vested interest in electrical installations and building maintenance such as developers, building owners, government officials, architects, engineers, project managers, quantity surveyors, contractors/sub-contractors/suppliers, property managers, facilities managers, maintenance managers, management corporations, town councils, and others.

The training program covers the following aspect of electrical installations and maintenance:

  • Electricity and Electrical Systems
  • Electrical Regulations and Code of Practice
  • Electrical Installation and Supply in Buildings
  • Protection against Over-Current and Short Circuit
  • Protection against Earth Leakage and Earth Fault
  • Inspection and Upkeep of Electrical Installations
  • Inspection and Maintenance of Electrical Fittings
  • Inspection and Maintenance of Lightning Protection System
  • Inspection and Maintenance of Electrical Earthing System
  • Common Defects in Electrical Installations and Fittings
  • Safe Work Practices

Future Plan

Our Team Member

Md. Alinoor Hossen

Focal Person

Surza Sen Saha Konok


MD. Samsul Alam

Associate Trainer

MD. Ismail Hossain Sagor

Associate Trainer

MD. Faisal Jahan

Lead Trainer

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