Short-term Certificate Course on NANO Technology & its Applications from 26th - 30th April 2021

RGNIYD today (26th April 2021) inaugurated its Online Short-term Certificate Programme on Nano Technology and its Applications being organised as an Institution – Industry Partnership Programme in association with National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli, National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar, Special Centre for Nano Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, Seagate Technology, Minnesota, USA and Boston Scientific, Minnesota USA from April 26 - 30, 2021 through online mode (Cisco Webex).


The programme is being offered for the youth who hail from science, computer and information technology backgrounds pursuing their educational programmes or those who have completed their educational programmes and looking for employment opportunities.


The present course intends to familiarise the participants on the basic concepts of Nano Technology and its Applications. This programme also seeks to widen the career horizons for young people who wish to enter or advance their careers in this exciting and well-paying field or to enhance their learning for a higher technology role.


The sessions are being facilitated by Resource Persons of very high stature in the field from NIT Tiruchirapalli, NIT Jalandhar, JNU, Seagate Technology, USA and Boston Scientific, USA.


Prof. Sibnath Deb, Director, RGNIYD, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India welcomed the guests and participants and provided a brief introduction to the course and its coverage.


Later, Prof. Lalit Kumar Awasthi, Director, NIT, Jalandhar, Prof. Mini Shaji Thomas, Director, NIT, Tiruchirapalli, Dr.V.Veera Kumar, Former Scientist, R&D, Seagate and Engineering Manager, Boston Scientific, Arden Hills, Minnesota, USA, and Prof. Bijoy Kumar Kuanr, Chairperson, Special Center for Nano Sciences, Jawarhalal Nehru University, New Delhi addressed the participants.


The Registrar, RGNIYD Prof.K.S.Ravichandran proposed the formal vote of thanks.


The programme is being attended by over 300 student youth across the country drawn from various NITs, IITs, illustrious technological institutions, colleges and universities.

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