KCET inks pact with BR Ambedkar NIT

KCET inks pact with BR Ambedkar NIT

Khalsa College of Engineering and Technology (KCET) today signed an MoU with Dr BR Ambedkar National Institute of Technology (BR-NIT), Jalandhar, to generate support and co-operation between two institutions. - File photo

Tribune News Service

Amritsar, November 18

Khalsa College of Engineering and Technology (KCET) today signed an MoU with Dr BR Ambedkar National Institute of Technology (BR-NIT), Jalandhar, to generate support and co-operation between two institutions.

Dr Manju Bala, director, KCET, informed that faculties would exchange scientific and technical information, postgraduate theses, research activities, seminars, workshops, conferences and training programmes under the MoU. Dr Lalit Kumar Awasthi, director, BR-NIT said the NIT would fully cooperate and put in the best efforts to guide the students of KCET. “Our institute will completely support faculty, staff and students of college for skill enhancement,” added Dr Awasthi.

“The MoU is for a period of five years. Under this, increased student interaction with industry experts and scientists for developing innovative thinking capacity, ability for teamwork, will boost their confidence and widen their academic horizon,” said Dr Manju Bala.

Earlier, this year the college had signed an MoU with IIT Bombay and consequently, the college is now a part of spoken tutorial programme of IIT Bombay which is run through ICT, MHRD, Govt of India. More than 120 students have completed various Swayam-NPTEL and MOOC courses. Around 28 students recently secured top merit positions in IKG PTU and out of them, seven students secured the first position in various semesters and branches.

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