“College to Corporate program”



Technical Skills

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Course Fee

   There is no course fee. Students have to attend the A-VIEW interaction and carry out other activities at respective Remote Centres

Who Should Attend

   The program is restricted to students belonging to participating remote centres. The preference for participation should be given to the pre and final year students. However, other students can also attend the courses, if there are seats available in the remote centre. The remote centre has the authority to decide for the candidates, who stand to benefit more. Students have choice to participate in all the four courses.

Duration and Venue

  

S.No Course Name Schedule Face-to-faceinteractions
1 Technical Skills 20 February

-18 March 2018
- 03 March, 2018
- 17 March 2018

1. Online work by individual participants

: Each student is expected to access the online platform using a PC at home or college, on any convenient day and time during the week, with an online test every week. The online activity is available on IITBombayX platform (www.iitbombayx.in), Each participant has to spend 2 to 3 hours of efforts per week for each course.

2. Face-to-face interaction sessions

: Interactive sessions with students will be conducted by the faculty from IIT Bombay/ Industry. Students will have to physically attend these sessions at their chosen designated Remote Centres (RCs). The discussions and local tutorial sessions will be moderated by the Course Coordinators at each RC. This activity will be conducted on the weekends.

3. Weekly activities in RCs

: Participating students will need to carry out presentations, mock interviews, team projects, etc., as required for each course. These activities will be conducted under overall supervision of the local course coordinator.

Criteria for Certification

Students, who successfully complete a course, as per the grading policy, will receive an honour code certificate for each online course. The certification may be subject to the endorsement by the course coordinator at RC, that the student has completed the expected work component at the RC.

How to Apply To register online, please visit

:

"http://www.it.iitb.ac.in/plc101x/announcements.html"

Enrollment will be strictly online, and no other mode of application will be entertained. In the registration form, only the list of participating remote centres will be available. The program is restricted to students belonging to participating remote centres The Online registration for ‘Financial Literacy and Technical skills’ will start from 09 January and 23 January, 2018 respectively.