Academic Events & Educational Tours

Industrial Visits

Industrial visit has its own importance in a career of a student who is pursuing a professional degree. It is considered as a part of college curriculum and objectives of industrial visit is to provide students an insight regarding internal working of companies. We know, theoretical knowledge is not enough for making a good professional career. With an aim to go beyond academics, industrial visit provides student a practical perspective on the world of work.

  • For students pursuing professional education, industrial visits help them gain hands-on experience of how industry operations are executed.
  • Industry visits bridge the gap between theoretical training and practical learning in a real-life environment.
  • With industry visits, students are able to better identify their prospective areas of work in the overall organizational function.
  • Industry visits help enhance interpersonal skills and communication techniques.
  • Students become more aware of industry practices and regulations during industry visits.
  • Help students to see their future place in working world.

 Academic Events

One week STTP workshop on "Energy Recovery from Solid Waste of  Civil Engineering at RIT, Rajaramnagar jointly organized with DTE, Mumbai and IIT, Bombay under TEQIP II. ETC Department has organized Seminar on ‘Advancements in Biomedical Engineering’ for UG & PG students, Resource person is Dr. Bhushan Borotikar, Senior Research Scientist at IMT Atlantique, Brest
One week ISTE Short Term Training Program on “Advanced Softwares in Electrical Engineering International conference on Computing, Communication and Energy Systems (ICCCES-16) was jointly organized by Electronics& Telecommunication, Computer, Electrical,& Information Technology department in Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Sakharale, Maharashtra

Seminar on “Open Source Avenues”

Session on “Microsoft Azure Framework”
Session on Intelligent computing by Dr. Suresh Shanmugasundaram Professor & Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Applied Sciences Botho University - Gaborone. Three days workshop on "Advance Mapping Technology - Total Station" was organized by RIT