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Seminar (On Technical as Well On Non-Technical)

A series of seminar is offered in every term in order to supplement classroom teaching and enhance the soft & interpersonal skills and learning of students. Through this seminar we aim to prepare students for the corporate world and help them achieve their goals of better employment.

1. Lean Six sigma yellow belt – Jointly Organized by Our Institute & MSME

2. J.K.Cement

3. Self Compacting concrete

4. Housing For all & way forward

5. Video Seminar at Ambuja Cement Knowledge Centre (AKC)

Live Project

As a part of integrated learning process, the students take up live projects with corporate and NGOs in and around Society which serve as a platform to put classroom learning into practice. Students are awarded appropriate credits for these projects.

1. For 1st year student with project selection Presentation were taken with Model Making

2. For Final Year students the live & corporate project gone suggested and it`s remarkable solution were given by students of final year

Few Topic Glimpse of project:

Remolding of structure, Making the road more sustaining, making traffic move intelligent & smarter

Industrial Visit

Industrial visits provide a view of the organizations’ work processes, functions, and help to gain an experience which can be combined with classroom learning. Industry experts and Business Leaders are invited on campus to share their experiences with students, which is helpful for the students to identify their career road-maps through interactive and insightful discussions.

1. Adani -Mundra port

2. Kandla port

3. Expert from CAD Center taken a guidance lecture to make session interesting on corporate problem

Internships (Real World Training)

Our curriculum mandates a 1-month summer internship, to provide a firsthand experience of the business environment. Moving from the classroom to the real world through summer internships makes our students more adept at handling real life problems and making effective decisions.

SIP projects are evaluated by faculty mentors before they are allocated to the students. The faculty mentors also visit companies and interact with the industry mentors on a regular basis to keep abreast of the students’ performance. Students are required to submit regular progress reports to their mentors as a part of their evaluation. Guidance on how to prepare their reports is provided by faculty mentors during students’ non-working hours. The project is culminated with a presentation by the student before a panel of company representatives and the industry mentor at the company premises.

The final stage of assessment comprises of a written report detailing the description of the SIP, the student’s analyses and recommendations and a presentation of the same before a panel of faculty and alumni.

1. Site Visit at Campus & Out-side Campus Enrich Student Practical Knowledge

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