IMTMA machine tool design trainees interviewed by BFW
Bangalore, 20 october, 2013.
In the recent time a training programme or a course is measured more with its job guarantee. Any student or working professional want to do any course only if it enhances his or her skills to grab a job with better pay package or working conditions. However IMTMA has taken a different route to developed courses with quality training practices. With courses as per the industry requirements on the platter, IMTMA Technology centre has also managed to attract companies from the industry to lookout for talent from IMTMA as soon as they pass out.
One such campus interview was conducted by Bharat Fritz Werner Ltd. (BFW) at IMTMA’s state of the art Technology Centre and 2 candidates from the Design Institute programme were selected into their design department. These students can join post completion of the programme.
IMTMA Design Institute has been conceived as hi-tech training center for machine tool designers. The Institute focuses on providing intensive training in all aspects of machine tool design, for engineers from the industry and as well for passed out individuals from college. It has equipped with the advanced design infrastructure and enables participants to strengthen their design skills. The latest design practices are imbibed by the participants who have the opportunity to utilize independently, a high powered CAD workstations and widely used design and analysis software.
This course will expose the participants to the wide domain of CNC Machine Tool Design and enable them to acquire high level of competence which will equip them to start a career in machine tool/machinery, design, maintenance, marketing and related fields.
IMTMA has taken a positive initiative in providing state of the art facilities and industrial expertise to establish a high-end design institute for the cause of molding fresh engineers into specialized machine tools designers.
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