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Industrial Training Commences from 4th June in CRISP

6/2/2018

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, Industrial training will commence from 4th June at Centre for Research and Industrial Staff Performance (CRISP) for the students of Engineering and Polytechnic Colleges. These training will be organized for the students of all branches of Engineering and Polytechnic, including like Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation, Automobile, Industrial Production, Computer Science, IT Civil, Architecture etc. These training are designed in such a manner that the trainees will not only get industrial exposure, but their technical skills will be enhanced and their personality will also be developed. Duration of these trainings will be from 2 weeks to 4 weeks. Training will be scheduled in the month of June & July. Students may visit the website www.crispindia.com for registration. Chief Executive Officer of CRISP, Mr. Mukesh Sharma informed that like previous years, this year also students from the Colleges and Universities of other states are expected for training in CRISP. Last year apart from students of Technical Institutes and Universities of Madhya Pradesh, students from IIT’s, NIT’s, Chhattisgarh University, S.R.M. University Chennai, V.I.T. Vellore, etc. attended the training in CRISP. Last year more than 3500 students were trained by CRISP. Mr. Sharma also conveyed that these training programmes have been designed keeping in mind the present industrial requirements. Trainees will have the opportunity to acquire theoretical and practical knowledge on latest equipment with innovative techniques and software. With the support of industries, various new training labs like Volkswagen, TVS Motors, Eicher Tractors, Lucas Nuelle, etc. have been established in CRISP where training will be provided. CRISP will also provide training on latest technologies like Python Programming, Software Testing, HMI, FPGA, Internet of Things (IoT), Data Analytics, MATLAB, PLC Programming, CNC, CAD/CAM, etc.

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