Project Praviin panel discussions with eminent industry leaders on "Meeting Industry demands by Academia"
- Punjab Technical University (PTU) & IBM Project Praviin Collaboration
As part of the overall objective of IBM Project Praviin to impart technical training to professionals with engineering background and familiarize them with IBM technologies & build a self-sustaining engine to ensure a steady stream of IBM skills in the market, this initiative have been ventured into.
PTU and its affiliate colleges are the target audience for this program. The knowledge transfer from faculty to students result in more techno-savvy engineers and thus serve a precious resource for industry and society. The vision here is to enable faculty with the best of technical knowledge so that students benefit out of transfer of this technical know-how & hence become more employable in various technical domains. The FDP program is focused to bridge the gap between technology used across industries and the aspiring engineers.
The MoU was entered on July 4th, 2012.
- IBM is the winner of the Corporate Involvement in Faculty Empowerment Award
IBM is the winner of the Corporate Involvement in Faculty Empowerment Award for the year 2012 instituted by Punjab Technical University (PTU). The award presentation and felicitation was[VVN1] held as part of PTU's 17th Foundation Day celebrations on 16 January 2013. IBM was felicitated by PTU primarily for its efforts under Project Praviin, which has been empowering faculty at PTU and all affiliate colleges by imparting cutting edge technical knowledge, eventually making students more knowledgeable and employable.
For the past few months, PTU has been bridging the gap between academy and industry through IBM Project Praviin. This venture is part of the overall objective of IBM Project Praviin to impart technical training to build a self-sustaining engine that ensures a steady stream of IBM skills in the market. The knowledge transfer initiated by the FDP at PTU, first to faculty and then to students, will result in more techno-savvy engineers and thus serve a precious resource for industry and society. The MoU was signed on 4 July 2012