Advanced Level Telecom Training Centre (ALTTC), Ghaziabad
ALTTC is the apex training institute of BSNL. ALTTC was set up as a joint venture of International Telecommunication Union, Geneva, UNDP and the Government of India in 1975. ALTTC functions on the frontiers of telecom technology, finance and management and imparts training to the leaders in the business. The strength of ALTTC lies in the state of art labs, massive infrastructure and trained, talented and qualified human resource pool.
The Centre's Mission statement is "To Deliver Excellence Through Training".
The training areas cover vast spectrum of topics such as Digital Switching and IN; Mobile Communication: GSM, 3G, CDMA; Data communication and Information Technology: MPLS, VPN, Broadband, IPv6, Database Administration, Server Administartion, IT Security; Optical Networks: SDH, DWDM, NGSDH, NGN, Access Networks, Management, Telecom Finance, Building Science (Civil and Electrical) and Telecom Network Planning.
Bharat Ratna Bhimrao Ambedkar Institute of Telecom Training
Instistute had its origin at Calcutta where it initially started functioning in the 1920 as Telecom Training Centre (TTC)
During the Second World War, it was however, decided to locate it at Jabalpur where it commenced activities from 22nd April 1942.
In the beginning the Training Centre was set up in the Telecom Factory compound at Wright Town, Jabalpur. Since this did not provide adequate space for conducting the training activities effectively, the TTC was shifted to a new building at Ridge Road, Jabalpur and the training activities started functioning in its new campus from 1956.
Since then, BRBRAITT has made a continued effort to cater to the training needs of the Indian Telecommunication Department, other allied organisations and foreign participants.
The Training Centre has a campus of 35 acres with administrative building of 11,792 square metres in area. It has also got 207 staff quarters and four hostels with a capacity to accommodate about 400 trainees.