A minimum of 40 workdays
The mandatory industrial training at each given company should last at least 20 workdays. The total duration of 40 days of mandatory industrial training should be fulfilled at two different companies.
It can only be done at companies which have at least one Electrical and Electronics engineer within the department in which the industrial training will be carried out. The company should either produce or design goods, or provide services in the Electrical/Electronics area; or, despite producing goods in another area, should use electrical or electronic systems and have a maintainance department. Companies which develop software for control, electronic or communication systems are also acceptable.
In general, students are expected to find their own companies to complete industrial training. However we also provide announcements about companies which will hire trainers.
Industrial training can only be carried out during academic holidays (with the exception of graduating seniors, see regulations). Even if the company is open over the weekends or holidays, Saturdays, Sundays and official holidays do not count towards the mandatory training requirement.
The beginning of the second month of the academic term after industrial training. However students can bring training reports earlier.
Bring your project report with required documents to the department secretary and sign your name.
Industrial training report, signed and sealed evaluation form in a closed envelope and additional documents about your work if you have.
Evaluation form, first page of your report, daily notes and finally weekly schedule.
Yes, but inside a sealed envelope.