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Jamshedpur, Dec 2: Students of Srinath University’s School of Information Technology, visited Auto Cluster in Adityapur for an on hand practical learning. They were accompanied by Debjyoti Ghosh, Head of the Department of School of IT, Tanu Priya and Shashikant Singh, both Assistant Professors from the School of IT.
Debjyoti Ghosh, stated, “We consider company visits as the crux of practical learning experience that cannot be compensated by classroom learning process. Such visits are great opportunities because students can explore and learn new methods and new concepts.”
The students visited the IT Department of Auto Cluster where training related to various IT courses were provided. They also visited the manufacturing tool room where they observed techniques used in operating machines. They also visited the Metallurgy, Metrology, Electrical and Electronics Workshop, Spectra and Dimension and Calibration laboratories where they were acquainted with the several manufacturing processes.
Training and IT Head of Auto Cluster, Mannu Kumar explained, “Here we manufacture dyes and models of several machines and these are supplied to factories as per their requisitions. We also provide training in electrical, mechanical, Tally and various other courses.”
The Students of Srinath University learnt about the various IT courses in which practical training was provided. “The demand for IT in today’s Global Competitive arena has increased. One needs to be proficient in IT to manage workload in various corporate sectors. The Students have observed the working processes of various Auto Cluster departments and will enhance their knowledge base,” said Assistant Professor, Tanu Priya.
Shashikant Singh opined, “Auto Cluster has a good reputation. Students have keenly noted the work culture in all segments of the company. This will stand them in good stead as they move ahead confidently.” Mannu Kumar answered queries of students. Auto Cluster MD, SM Thakur interacted with the Faculty members who had accompanied the students during the visit.