2013-12-09 11:53:12 - The Collaboration opened the way for learning, teaching, and research activities across the whole intellectual spectrum globally. Under this agreement faculty will be trained by Toyota so that students will get better direction by Faculty.
Gurgaon, 09th December 2013- With the motive of filling the gap between Industry and Education Institution, DPG Polytechnic signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Toyota Kirloskar Motor. Also the company will provide machinery set up and dress to students along with regular guidance.There are also possibilities for student’s placement. Deputy General Manager- Mr. Rajesh Mohan, Deputy Managers- Mr. Phillip. C. George and Mr. Najubudeen Thaijubeen from Toyota were warmly welcome by Mr. C R Mor- Principal, DPG Polytechnic. Presence of Vice Chairman- Deepak Gahlot and Chairman- Rajender Gahlot also enhanced the occasion.
Principal- C R Mor said that the college is delighted to have this association with Toyota. Often it is found that even after higher education students struggled to get
a good job or find themselves unable for tackle industrial challenges. This association will make students ready for these challenges and better prepared for the competitive market. This will not only create an International environment but will add greater exposure and experience to students.
Deputy General Manager- Mr. Rajesh Mohan said that education plays a great role for any country’s progress. Besides changes in syllabus, digitization and use of advance technology are much needed for development in education system. Industry also needs intellectual and capable professionals who can lead the company towards success and achievement of goals.
The day was very interactive and informative. The team visited the campus, examined laboratories, machineries, equipment and library. The team also had conversation with faculty members and students. Students were also very happy with this association. The event ended with thanks note by Mr. C R Mor.
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