Industrial Training

Introduction

Modern technical training in industry is an integral part of engineering education development and is part of University curriculum as well. It aims at providing the technical knowledge and/or skills required for industrial operations. In the face of unprecedented changes in technology and global competition in industrial businesses, which characterize the new global economy, both the modes and roles of technical training in industry are evolving.

Our vision is to infuse young intelligent minds with cutting edge technical education and help them to become matured professionals poised and ready to accept technical and managerial challenges in the global scenario.

 Industry-Institution collaboration-For the improvement and further development of the student it is necessary and industrial training gives an opportunity for interaction between technical institutions, industry and academics. In all its practicality, engineering trades and vocational training is technical education. And through this sort of education, the individual can become an integral part of the employable manpower and contribute to the growing demands of the workforce. The sole objective of all these kinds of trainings is to imbibe into the individuals a specific skill set. The skill set is a unique trade or training on a particular kind of machinery, process or even a mechanism.

All Engineering students are required to complete a minimum of 22 weeks of Industrial Training as a component of their degrees. The Training should be concurrent with enrolment and is best accumulated in the summer recesses at the end of Years1 (6Weeks), 2(6 weeks) and 3 (10 weeks)as per curriculum of University. Industrial Training will be assessed as a compulsory component of Engineering Practice as per curriculum of University

 From this year onwards a detailed procedure for internship has been worked out by Director SoET in consultation with all the departments and the same has been approved by the management. To facilitate the process, it was also agreed that the departments shall involve the faculty members to act as a guide and mentor for a set of identified students for:

1.       Student Counseling

2.       Identifying the industry and the project for each student

3.       Liaison with the industry project guide

4.       One visit to the industry during the student internship

5.       Accepting and evaluation of the project report

 The process of issuing NOC to the students and an authorization letter for the company has been automated through the Placement Portal. It can be accessed directly by the students.