Apprentice Training School EME was established in 1968 at Sultania Infantry Lines, Bhopal, MP with the concept of giving Diploma Engg. Training in various Trades and absorb the young and talented craftsmen in the supervisory cadre to the Crops of EME. The institute has given training to 23 batches.
A highly intelligent and motivated teenage Apprentices were imparted training through the 23 batches passed out. Almost everyone had rendered valuable service to the Indian Army as Commissioned Offices and Technical Supervisors.
Most of the youth in their teens having finished their secondary education opted to join this ALMA MATER to prove their mettle. However their expectation got shattered once they learnt that the institution designed to award diploma and supervisory appointment is not being complied with. This setback has forced the vibrant youth to look for greener pastures and many accomplished their dream by climbing up the ladder in different avenues of life.
The spirit of harmony and camaraderie amongst the apprentices is still alive and to make it dynamic, "get together" is planned region wise and at state level including the Kith and Kin. The formation of Apprentices Welfare Association is a key factor to kindle this co feeling and make it alive forever.
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EME APPRENTICES WELFARE ASSOCIATION Monday 25th May 2015
Wish You a Happy New Year
Hope this e-mail finds you hale and hearty.
With immense pleasure, I
APPEX -2014 Monday 25th May 2015
All apprentices are hereby invited to the Annual get together at Calicut. Image of Invitation card attached.
APPEX -2014 Saturday 4th October 2014
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Mark Singer, The Changing Landscape Of Retirement - What You Don't Know Could Hurt You.