The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, ATME College of Engineering, Mysuru and Regional Telecom Training Centre (RTTC)-BSNL, Mysuru have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) formally.
Dr L Basavaraj, Principal, ATMECE, and Prof A V Srikantan, Principal, RTTC-BSNL, Mysuru signed the MoU. It is intended to bridge the skill gap existing between academia-Industry. RTTC-BSNL is one of the pioneer telecom training centers of Bharat Nigam Limited in India, serving the training needs in telecommunication.
On the occasion, Prof Srikantan spoke about the facilities available at the training institute and various training programs that can be conducted for the benefit of the students of ATMECE in the area of communication field, to provide internship, industrial visits and assist students for placements and also to arrange training programs on the topics related to curriculum.
Dr Basavaraj said that providing the exposure of industrial working ambience to students will help them gain potential knowledge in their domain and enhances employability.
Dr Mahesh P K, Head of the Department, Electronics and Communication Engineering, ATMECE, said as per National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), technical courses and training will enhance the skills and knowledge of US and PG students.
D K Patil, Divisional Engineer (TM), RTTC Mysuru, C S Hanchinal, Second Divisional Engineer, RTTC Mysuru and Chandra Shekar P, Assistant Professor and RTTC Nodal officer, Department of ECE, Mysuru were present.