For the first time in central India, CDAC and JIT have entered into a MoU to conduct CDAC’s courses at the JIT campus.
C-DAC is a Scientific Society of the Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY), Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MC&IT), Government of India. CDAC is a premier R&D organization who developed the PARAM supercomputers in India. Over the years C-DAC’s training wing ACTS has designed and delivered various postgraduate and undergraduate degree and diploma programmes.
CDAC-ACTS has designed a Collaborative Certificate Course by the name Tech-Campus wherein engineering students can learn industry relevant technologies along with their curriculum. The courses are conducted over a span of 3 years.
Jhulelal Institute of Technology, a leading engineering college has facilitated its students to make best use of this programme by signing the MoU to conduct these courses at JIT. Faculty with relevant industry exposure will be invited to train the students. Under the MoU, JIT will conduct courses in VLSI design, Embedded System design, Computer Science and IT Security. This is a major step in developing the Nagpur as an “Education Hub” and providing the best facilities to the students at JIT, in Nagpur region.
JIT is the first college in Nagpur to take this initiative. JIT’s Director Mr. Pramod Pampatwar signed the MoU with Mr.Sinha,Principal, CDAC’s ATC,Pune.