NIT Jalandhar announces modified B Tech curriculum, includes 6 month industry oriented training

JALANDHAR: National Institute of Technology (NIT) Jalandhar has announced that it has modified the B. Tech Curriculum in which six months industry oriented project based training has been incorporated in order to produce proficient graduates ready for the industry.

Making the announcement NIT director Prof. L K Awasthi, at a press conference held at NIT in the presence of Board of Governors chairman S C Ralhan on Tuesday, said that students would also be encouraged to undertake the final year projects in the industry with a joint supervisor from the industry. He further informed that even though there was slow down of the activities in the Institute due to Covid-19 pandemic, the Institute has declared this year as Year of Innovation, IPR and Technology Transfer to further enhance the footprints of Institution in innovation and creativity.


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Meanwhile, Ralhan emphasized on collaborative degree programs, professorial chairs sponsored by industries and development of Research and Development Laboratories sponsored by industries at the Institute. He said that the six-month training programme in the industry would not only be beneficial for the students and Institute but also for the Industry.

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