Gujarat Government signs MoU with US Institute of 3-D Technology in CaliforniaJuly 12, 2019
Gandhinagar: Gujarat Government’s Education Department signed a MoU with US Institute of 3-D Technology in California here today for introducing the project in the seven select engineering colleges and technical institutes in the state.
The seven institutes are Vishwakarma Government College at Chandkheda-Ahmedabad, Government Engineering College at Gandhinagar, Bharuch and Rajkot, i-Hub, MS Polytechnic at Baroda, and Kalol Government Technical Institute at Kalol, to be extended elsewhere. To be set up a Centre of Excellence in 3-D Printing Technology
The MoU was signed by Gujarat Knowledge Society Additional CEO Bhuptani and US Institute of 3-D CEO Deelip Menezes in presence of Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, Minister of State for Education Vibhavariben Dave and Principal Secretary for Education Anju Sharma.
The project would update syllabus 3-D printing technology, layer by layer, with the help of computers in colleges and help students, startups, professionals and researchers help the industrial sector. It has wide use in aerospace, mechanical, automotive, production, civil architecture, industrial design, consumer goods, dental, medical, dye and mold, pharmaceuticals, etc.
Those completing the course could jobsin India and abroad, besides increasing their creativity in real-time innovations, skill development and start own enterprise.
Others present included Chief Minister’s Secretary Ashwini Kumar, Higher Technical Education’s Bhuptani, USI of 3-D Yogi Gandhi and others.
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