In the developed countries of the world, there exists a long tradition of close partnership between academic institutions and industries in promoting technical education and research. Curriculum bridges this gap by providing practical training of engineering and technology graduates through Sandwich Programmes,which aims to provide the students for greater exposure of actual industrial processes and projects identified with the help of practicing engineers. M I T is providing Exposure to Practical Fieldby offering B.Tech Degree courses in seven disciplines, as follows:
Computer Science & Engineering
Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
Plastics & Polymer Engineering
The students undergo an extensive theoretical knowledge in various subjects in a span of seven semesters. It is mandatory as prescribed in curriculum, that a student has to undergo an In-Plant Training in respective branch in their eighth (final) semester commencing from first/second week of January, 2017 first/second week of Jun 2017 and without which they are not considered eligible for award of degree.
The evaluation process for the training needs the student to report the institute in phases of 5, 10, 20 weeks of completion of training. The student submits a project report of the work done and delivers a seminar for final award of degree.
The above training is also approved by Board of Apprenticeship Training (BOAT-WR) vide Letter No. Boat/Sandwich/2863 dated: 19th May, 2005.
This training programme will provide an opportunity to the student for being a capable engineer having sound knowledge of fundamentals and an acceptable level of professional and personal competence in the field of engineering and technology.
The student can be a helping hand in solving industrial task under your valuable guidance, like:
Research and Development
Management Information Systems, etc.
Click here to download the In-Plant Training Instruction Manual for your reference.
Click here to download the list of complete In-Plant Training Placements offered for 2016-17 across all branches.