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Saturday, 31 October 2020

Workshop on analytical techniques

Faridabad: To familiarise faculty members and students with the analytical techniques involved in industrial engineering, the Mechanical Engineering Department of JC Bose University of Science and Technology here organised a one-day workshop on 'Analytical techniques in industrial engineering'. As many as 147 participants attended the workshop which was sponsored under TEQIP-3. The workshop was inaugurated by Vice-Chancellor Prof Dinesh Kumar and presided over by Chairperson of the department Dr Raj Kumar. The session was convened by Dr Bhupender Yadav and Dr Mahesh Chand. Addressing the session, Prof Dinesh Kumar said industrial engineering was in demand these days as industrial engineers work to eliminate wastage of time, money, materials, energy, and other resources in manufacturing systems. He encouraged the participants to learn analytical techniques involved in industrial engineering for career prospects. Earlier, Dr Raj Kumar welcomed the guest and participants. Workshop coordinator Dr Bhupender Singh and Dr Mahesh Chand apprised the participants of the objective of the workshop that was to make them aware of recent advancements in industrial engineering. The workshop was attended by the participants from various states, including Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Jammu and Kashmir, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Delhi, Maharashtra and Punjab.

Student gets foreign placement

Hisar: Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar, BTech Printing Technology pass-out Mary Shyam Sunder from Hyderabad has got foreign placement in The Print Store Limited in Kenya on annual salary package of Rs 20.9 lakh. Vice-Chancellor Prof Tankeshwar Kumar and Registrar Dr Avnesh Verma congratulated the student for the achievement. Director Placement Partap Singh said the Ramco Group was a conglomerate of over 50 companies operating within East Africa with a focus in six sectors, including print, hardware, manufacturing, office supplies, services and property. He expressed special thanks to S Dayakar Reddy, IPMA President and GJUST BOS member for guiding and facilitating the students for overseas placement. Bijender Kaushik, training placement coordinator, said the selected student would join the company in November on the designation of technical sales executive.

from The Tribune

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