Welcome to National Academy of Construction
About the Academy
NAC was established on the joint initiative of the construction industry (Builders Association of India) and State Government in the year 1998 as a “Society” and incorporated as “Public Charitable” institution. It is managed by a Governing board with the Hon’ble Chief Minister as Chairman and Hon’ble Minister for Roads and Building, the Chief Secretary of Telangana State as Vice Chairmen. The Board members include Principle Secretaries of Works.
Departments, eminent persons of construction industry, Academic, Research institution and Professional associates representing the construction industry. NAC Headquarters is located in 46.46 acres of green campus in the IT Corridor in Hyderabad, Telangana. It has 2 Advanced Training Institutes and 11 permanent skill training centers located in the districts across Telangana State. NAC is well positioned to act as a catalyst, to bring about a holistic change in the construction ethos in the country.
Purpose & Objectives
The main purpose of this organization is to develop and build capacities of human resources to enhance quality and productivity of construction industry. NAC operations are in the area of skill development, skill upgradation and capacity of buildings of all types of human resources, exclusively for construction industry. NAC conducts trainings for unemployed youth, workers, tradesmen, construction engineers, contractors, managers, supervisors and technicians to develop skill and inculcate professionalism.
Total Persons Trained (Combined State) 1998-2014
Total Persons Trained (After Formation of Telangana State)
Total Persons Trained since inception
Admission Notification for PG Diploma Course
Training Calendar For The Year
Quality & Reliability Management
7 to 9 February 2024
15 & 16 February 2024
ISO 17025 : 2017 Lab Management Awareness & Internal Auditing as per NABL Requirements
20 to 23 February 2024
Laboratory Proficiency Testing
27 & 28 February 2024
Placement linked Skill Development Courses