Industrial In-Plant training (IIT) is a short duration training course for students to develop their skills relevant to professional development prior to graduation and get industrial knowledge which will help to understand what is actually happens in industry. Industrial Training is an essential component in the development of the practical and professional skills required for an Engineer and an aid to prospective employment. It should also be noted that developing an awareness of general workplace behavior and interpersonal skills are important objectives of the Industrial Training experience. At the end of the Industrial Training, students should be able to improve their knowledge and skills relevant to their areas of specialization and at the same time able to relate, apply and adapt relevant knowledge, concepts and theories within an industrial organization, practice and ethics. With this experience and exposure the students should be able to acquire knowledge and skills to compete in the job market.
The objectives of the Industrial Training include:
|After successful completion of the course, students will be able to:||Knowledge Level (Bloom’s Taxonomy)|
|CO1||Understand the organizational environment and recognize the requirement of the organization and cope with the organizational scenario.||Understand|
|CO2||Identify career paths taking into account their individual strengths and aptitude and prepare a report about the work experience in the organization.||Apply|
|CO3||Develop the employability skills and Start-Up skills to increase his/her ability to engage in life-long learning.||Create|
|CO4||Develop individual confidence to handle various engineering assignments and acquire life skills to meet societal challenges.||Create|