Since the diocese has a number of Hindi Medium Schools in the villages, it as felt that most of these poor village students have not been able to pursue their studies after class X. So the diocese decided to establish an Industrial Training Centre in Madar, in order to train boys and girl's so that they could earn their living. The Little Flower Congregation (CST), through their superior General, extended their services to the diocese to run this center. Fr. Bosco CST drew up the plan of the institute to be constructed and prepared a project to be submitted to Misereor. It was approved by Misereor. The foundation of the administrative block was laid by Bishop Ignatius on 1st Nov. 1994. Fr. Cyril Lobo looked after the construction work till august 1995, when Fr. Bosco CST came from Sikar and took charge and supervised the construction works. On 6th August 1997, the administrative block, the workshops and the Little Flower Ashram were blessed by Bishop Ignatius and was inaugurated by Fr. Felix Nellimattam, the Superior General. The first academic year began on 19th August 1997 with 45 students.