The six weeks summer training program 2013 (Project Based Industrial Training) is a program committed to give the students a high-end IT education
Online PR News – 06-April-2013 – up – It has been widely reported that university graduates need to be better prepared for the workplace. So, what better way to do this than let students experience doing real work while they are still studying?
Six weeks Industrial Training and placement, where a student undertakes a period of training with an organization usually during a semester break, plays an important role in preparing the student for a professional career. From the hands-on training, the student learns about the skill sets required, demands of the industry and also work ethics. At the same time it gives the student an opportunity to put into practice what he or she has learned at university.
The industry exposure enhances the undergraduate’s work life through added enthusiasm and commitment; provides a lifelong learning experience; is an opportunity to engage with the profession to which they aspire in a realistic work environment; appreciate and understand the practical application of their academic program; work with professional mentors and to begin to build networks within their profession.
So, even before the student graduates he or she is trained to be job-ready, thus increasing the student’s employment prospects.
While the student will have much to gain from industrial placement, the same is also true for organisations which have such training programs in place. These programs can be of mutual benefit for employers because they may benefit from the quality of support, fresh ideas and energy that the student brings into the work environment.
Moreover, participating in internship programs allows the staffs of an organisation to develop leadership and mentoring skills, create exposure for the company, bring new perspectives and fresh ideas into the work environment. It is also a convenient pathway for the company to recruit human resource as some absorb trainees into their workforce after they graduate.
The importance and benefits of industrial Training & placement has been acknowledged by DUCAT. Today, it has in place its well-known Industry Engaged Learning program, which is also sometimes referred to as Work Integrated Learning, Cooperative Education or Work Based Learning.
Ducat offered summer training programs in various technologies like;
1. Java (core and Advanced).
2. Dot Net.
5. Embedded Systems.
6. IBM Mainframes.
7. Software Testing.
8. Oracle Applications/App./ Financial/ Technical
9. Data Warehousing.
10. RED HAT LINUX CERTIFICATION.
13. C / C++.
15. VLSI TECHNOLOGY
17. SQT / Selenium IDE/ Advance Loadrunner
19. Networking / CCNA/CCNP/MCSE/MCITP
21. WEB DESIGNING
22. Apache Hadoop
23. (SEPD) Spoken English Personality Development
25. AutoCAD/ CATIA/ PRO-E