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Our country has very high innovation potential. However, the conversion ratio from innovation to the marketable product is very low.
Engineering should be a field where you enjoy designing and making products. Therefore, IARE ensure that 15% of the contact hours - are spent on hands-on experiential learning through labs, projects, industry visits and supervised internships. The course called "METE (Modelling and Experimental Tools in Engineering)" makes the students work in teams to identify a problem, work out a solution and fabricate the product.
Students are invited to join for CONCOCT Expo - Promoting Innovations in Individuals featuring more than 25 hands-on projects, demonstrations, and shows representing student groups’ work in areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Any queries please contact event coordinator
Dr. G Ramu
Professor of CSE