Tata Technologies has launched its Ready Engineer Program to improve employability of engineers in country. Tata Technologies will provide various kinds of trainings for engineering students through this program. This program has been kickstarted in 6 colleges in the Kolhapur district of Maharashtra, India and has already benefits around 250 to 300 students. Students from Mechanical, Production and Industrial streams can enroll to this program after completing their regular courses.
The industrial sector has been hit hard with dearth of skilled engineer. Tata Technologies has acknowledged the knowledge gap and started this initiative to impart special training to students from Engineering Colleges through this initiative. Some of the programs for third year engineering students include ‘Fundamental of Automobile Design’, ‘Advance Automobile Design’, ‘Production’, and ‘Testing 3’. The certification exams for this training can conducted at a global level. Tata Technologies’ Sidhdharth Yawalkar is spearheading the Ready Engineer Program in India.
Prof. Sandesh Sangale, Ready Engineer Contributor, K.Y.T. College, said, “Engineering students from small towns are getting international level trainings from the Ready Engineer program. Students get exposure on practical skills as well as cutting edge technologies. This program will change their outlook on Engineering trainings in India. This program is a great boon for teachers.”
Ajit Habbu, Manager, CSR, Tata Technologies, said, “Through this program, we deliver trainings on new technologies used in industry. This rationale behind this program is to help students improve their soft skills and prepare them for an entrepreneurial mindset.
Colleges Participated in this program:
K. I. T. College
Sharad Institute of Technology College of Engineering, Yadrav
Sanjeevan Engineering and Technology Institute, Panhala
Ashokrao Mane Group of Institutions, Vathar
DKTE Textile and Engineering Institute, Ichalkaranji
D. Y. Patil College Of Engineering & Technology, Bawada