Print is power. According to famous saying Book lives longer than author himself and Book is an indispensable document in its own field also establishes the importance of print.

Print technology is a career area most suited for mechanical minded as well as creative people. In our information era, printing and publishing are one of the largest industries with a steep growth in demand for personnel, skilled in advanced methods of printing technology.

There are thousands of printing houses/presses or processing houses in India. Printing technology specialists are required by every major printing press be it for newspapers, journals or magazines. All the more with the development of more and more high tech technologies and equipments, printing presses require quality technicians with knowledge in the various printing machinery and tools.

The type of printing process/ technique used depend on the sort of final product your employer's business produces. The main specialisations/applications in printing technology are general printing (mail order coupons to catalogues); books; high-quality colour printing (cards, brochures, fine art reproduction); newspapers; security printing (bank notes or bond issues); transactional printing (bills, documents); cartons (food and other packaging); magazines; stationery; metal (cans, badges). Some produce specialised items such as chip packets, frozen food wrapping and CD labels. Offset printing (combined with lithography technique is commonly used for books and newspapers), Rotogravure (for magazines, packaging), Flexography (for labels, packaging, newspapers), screen printing (for printing on T–shirts, floor tiles etc.), digital printing such as inkjet (for books, packaging etc), laser (for bills, documents), dot–matrix etc are some of the common techniques used.


Fu–PRINT MAN candidates are efficient enough working in areas and skills that range from purchasing and quality testing of print material, press management, operation and knowledge of various printing techniques; computer operations, installation procedure and multiple relevant software use; market survey, Electronic typesetting and composition; plate making; color mixing techniques; graphic design and layout etc.


Fu–VISION’ Fu-PRINT MAN offers a combination of specialized knowledge of publishing in printed media and solid training in the field of digital media. Having noticed the increase in the sale of editorial products, the proliferation of portable electronic devices and the changes in the way we access information forced us to constantly update the syllabus of Fu–PRINT MAN. Fu– PRINT MAN candidates have a solid understanding and working efficiency of design softwares like Adobe Pagemaker, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, CorelDraw, Fireworks and Flash. They are smart enough to start and manage their own printing and DTP units or binding and packaging units or work as middlemen to collect print associated works for other units.


Fu-VISION’s Fu–PRINT MAN offers a combination of specialized knowledge of publishing in printed media and solid training in the field of digital media. Having noticed the increase in the sale of editorial products, the proliferation of portable electronic devices and the changes in the way we access information forced us to constantly update the syllabus of Fu–PRINT MAN. Fu–PRINT MAN candidates have a solid understanding and working efficiency of design softwares like Adobe Pagemaker, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, CorelDraw, Fireworks and Flash. They are smart enough to start and manage their own printing and DTP units or binding and packaging units or work as middlemen to collect print associated works for other units.