Siemens Mechatronic Systems Certification Program

Marathwada Institute of Technology (MIT) Collaboration

by katharina.steier at 2013/12/02
"Due to formation of automation cluster in the region, the concept of mass production has changed to smart production and hence to give flexibility of manufacturing, two aspects namely, qualified manpower and continuous training have been identified." Munish Sharma, director general of the Marathwada Institute of Technology (MIT)
 

The Siemens Technik Akademie Berlin (STA) is proud to be a part of this and announce the collaboration with the Marathwada Institute of Technology (MIT). Dr. Stephan Szuppa, the head of the STA Berlin, and Katharina Steier, the coordinator of the Siemens Mechatronic Systems Certification Program (SMSCP), were present and able to participate in the inauguration ceremony for the MIT – Siemens Center of Excellence for Mechatronics & Automation which is aimed at developing human resources in the areas of Process Automation. The goal is to bridge the gap between academia and the industries, developing industry ready engineers for automation industries. One step towards this goal will be addressed by the SMSCP with bringing hands-on mechatronics training with a strong focus on system understanding and problem solving to MIT. Currently  the first MIT representative already is taking part in the SMSCP instructor training course and soon the SMSCP courses will be available to students at MIT in India.

We look forward to future productivity as our institutions continue to work together.

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http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-11-13/aurangabad/44027941_1_labs-marathwada-industries-and-agriculture-modules