Tata technologies, a global provider of engineering service and it technologies, today launched its ‘ready engineer’ program – for corporate sustainability initiative for better engineering education at nit, jamshedpur. At the beginning, a batch of 90 students will undergo this program.
Instituted by tata technologies, the ‘ready engineer’ program will identify meritorious 3rd and 4th year students from colleges all across india, who will be a part of this one of its own kind 40 hour classroom based training program, which is led by experts from academics and industry.
Tata technologies' engineering training platform, igetit, will provide students access to the largest library of online training and tutorials during the course of the program.
Anubhav kapoor, company secretary and general counsel, tata technologies, said, "while india produces a few lakh qualified engineers annually, industry routinely faces an acute shortage of engineers who are employable or industry-ready to immediately deliver on engineering services projects after graduating out of colleges. The tata technologies' corporate sustainability program (csp) has identified technical education as a core agenda."
"the 'ready engineer' initiative will help us to address the industry need for employable engineers by providing adequate supply of a high-quality engineering talent pool," said kapoor.