Central Institute of Tool Design(CITD)
established in 1968 by the Govt. of India with the assistance of UNDP and ILO, is a poineering Institution in the field of Tool Engineering in the Country. The Institute was initially established as an United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Project and was executed by International Labour Organisation (ILO). The Precision machinery and equipment was donated by UNDP and the faculty were trained abroad in the area of Tool Engineering. The UNDP Experts stayed at CITD for about 5 years and trained officers, faculty & staff of CITD in manufacture and design of tooling. The main objectives of the institute are:
Training of the technical personnel in Designing & Manufacture of Tools, Dies & Moulds.
Design & Manufacture of dies, jigs, fixtures and guages, etc.
Provision of advisory services to Small Scale Units including assistance in design and developing tools for various processes.
Recommending measures to standardise components for dies, jigs and other tools.