Industrial training is mandatory for every student who finished their 3rd year and an industrial training certificate is needed to be produced in the college, where it will be forwarded to JNTU and then the students are promoted.
Now, HOW to apply for industrial training?
Some colleges are linked to some industries to which the students are forwarded.
But, most don't. And it is the duty of the student to look for an industry and apply for the training.
Documents needed: (May change as per the requirement of the industry)
1. College ID card
2. A Reference letter from the principal of the college
3. A Resume with all necessary details in it.
4. Passport size photographs [the industry will issue an ID card with the photos]
WHEN to apply? You need to apply for the industry 3-4 months in advance to the completion of 3rd year. Else, most industries would be full of trainees and you wont be able to get into any industry.
Once you applied, the industry will soon review your application and reply giving the details of
course duration, when to collect your ID card etc.
So, what exactly happens at industrial training?
1. You will be introduced to various personnel and working staff in different departments.
2. You will be shown all the machinery in different blocks like Production block, Packaging, Quality Control, Quality assurance, Purification etc
3. If time permits you will be given a chance to learn how the machine operates in practical and may be even operate it once.
4. There might be some seminars on the working of the whole unit.
1. Take notes of what the staff, guide has to say P.S. Industry is way different than what you study in books.
2. Ask any doubt that strikes your mind
3. Wear formal dress
4. Take necessary precautions as the guide suggests you - Face masks, Hair masks, Respirators are to be used in the production block.
1. Do not try to mess up with the production or anything without the supervision of the trainer, trust me its way too expensive!
2. Do not try to get a fake certificate from any industry. Some people sell the certificates without undergoing even one day of training. It might be attractive, but you will be at a loss at last.
So, thats it. Go and Enjoy your training :-)
Last edited by satrohraj; 07-09-2010 at 04:07 PM.
Useful one !!
The most important thing is that each student must join the industry for training and not to prouce just a fake certificate
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