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FEED BACK ON STUDENTS INDUSTRIAL TRAINING FOR ENHANCING ENGINEERING EDUCATION QUALITY: A SURVEY BASED ANALYSIS

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Author(s): V. K. BANSAL, | SANDEEP GROVER | ASHOK KUMAR

Journal: International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology
ISSN 0975-5462

Volume: 2;
Issue: 9;
Start page: 4807;
Date: 2010;
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Keywords: Industrial training | Education quality | Survey analysis | Industrial feedback | Industry-Academia-Interface.

ABSTRACT
Indian industrial sector is passing through highly competitive phase due to globalization. Cut throat competition is predominant and quality is one of the decisive factors for sustainability. The role of industrial training in the engineering curricula of different universities is unarguable. Industrial training which is pre-existing in every technical institute is being reassessed through survey based questionnaires. The industrial feed back provides information’s on effective duration and academic slot of industrial training, theory to practice relationship in student’s curriculum, relation of stipend during training in arousing student’s interest, industrial participation in student’s training evaluation, institute training monitoring system, its effectiveness and percentage gainful employment through industrial training. The present work is about assessing the industrial views and issues related to industrial training with a view to redesign modular curricula of undergraduate student’s for enhancing engineering education quality and providing better satisfaction to all its stake holders.
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