MSME-Tool Room, Hyderabad (Central Institute of Tool Design) 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).
CITD has availed the ILO expert services in various disciplines during the initial stages and many of the faculty underwent ILO Fellowship training for exposure in advanced tool engineering.
CITD conducts several regular and part-time training programmes in the field of Tool Design & Manufacture, Low Cost Automation, Mechatronics and Computer Aided Design & Computer Aided Manufacture for the benefit of National & International participants.
The long-term and short-term training programmes conducted by the Institute have acclaimed good reputation among the indian industry and the trainees are absorbed by the industry through campus interviews during the period of their training at the institute.