GITS signs MoU with Pyrotech for Training and Placement

Geetanjali Institute of Technical Studies and Pyrotech signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 10th January 2019 to provide training to the GITS Students, Udaipur. This Ceremony was organized at CSE Seminar Hall, GITS Campus.

 
GITS signs MoU with Pyrotech for Training and Placement

Geetanjali Institute of Technical Studies and Pyrotech signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 10th January 2019 to provide training to the GITS Students, Udaipur. This Ceremony was organized at CSE Seminar Hall, GITS Campus.

The MoU signing ceremony commenced with the ritual of lamp lighting by the Chief Guest Amit Talesara, Director – Pyrotech and Kapil Agrawal, Vice Chairman Geetanjali group.

The idea of collaboration was mooted after meetings between top officials of both organisations. They saw value in enhancing authentic training for students who will form the future workforce.

Dr. Vikas Mishra, Director GITS, informed that Pyrotech Electronics Pvt. Ltd. is a manufacturer and supplier of Control Room Equipment, Electronic Process Control Instruments, LED Drivers and LED Displays, for last four decades for Power Plants, Process Plants and other Industries. Kapil Agrawal, Vice Chairman Geetanjali group congratulated GITS for this milestone. He also said that GITS has become a brand in the fields of academics by providing opportunities for employment and entrepreneurship to students.He added that GITS has created a niche in the world of technical innovations and has progressed step by step consolidating its position with the latest industry trends and methods. Amit Talesara, Director – Pyrotech said, “in order to help students we have to engage them in Industrial projects and assessments to develop these skills”. He added that they will select 15 top students from the second year of Electrical & Mechanical engineering and will train them according to the industrial requirements. Dr. P K Jain, Director MBA GITS conveyed that over the past decade, companies across industries have digitized their operations and processes. Even now, businesses are employing artificial intelligence to streamline workflows. As a result, today’s students require specialized skills to help them stand out from the crowd. Through these type of Industry-Institute partnership our students will get requisite skills and industrial exposure. Vote of thanks was given by Deepak Paliwal, Head Mechanical Engineering and the event was anchored by Anjali Dhabhai.

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