Team Careers360|Jul 29, 2021
IIT Delhi invites applications for 3-month e-vehicle technology course
IIT Delhi has invited applications for the online short-term course for fresh graduates and working professionals.
NEW DELHI : Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi has invited applications for its three-month online course called “Advanced Programme in "E-Vehicle Technology”.
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The course offered by IIT’s Continuing Education Programme (CEP) will be entirely online. The last date to apply for the course is July 28 and teaching begins in September.
Continuing Education Programme (CEP), #IITDelhi offers an Advanced Programme in "E-Vehicle Technology”.— V.Ramgopal Rao, Ph.D. (@ramgopal_rao) June 16, 2021
Last Date to Apply: 28th July 2021
Duration- 3 Months I Online Learning
More details available here- https://t.co/Sv0lexJZtG pic.twitter.com/ty1PXlC7ge
After attending the programme, students will have a “basic comprehensive view of the e-vehicle technology”, according to the institute’s page on the course. IIT Delhi has also launched a full-fledged MTech in e-mobility and will be admitting students to the programme from 2021.
The three-month online version will help in addressing the training and development needs catering to “industry 4.0 and enable the participants to build required skill set, capabilities and knowledge in the e-mobility domain”, says the page.
IIT Delhi online course details
The programme is for fresh graduates who aspire to work in the sunrise sector of electric vehicles. They will get a comprehensive overview of the technology space.
Also, targeted for working professionals at all levels specifically professionals working in research and development space.
The course is one of a batch of new online courses started by IIT Delhi since it launched the Enabling Virtual Interactive Dynamic learning for Youth Advancement, eVIDYA, at the institution’s fifty-first convocation in November, 2020.
The IITs have been providing online teaching via the National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning, or NPTEL, a collaborative effort between several IITs and led by IIT Madras. The NPTEL has now been subsumed within the education ministry’s e-learning platform, Study Webs of Active-Learning for Young Aspiring Minds (SWAYAM).
However, several IITs, including IIT Bombay, IIT Madras and IIT Delhi, have independently launched e-learning platforms and are offering courses on them either by their own faculty or in collaboration with other private organisations. In the second case, the certificates are awarded jointly. In February, IIT Delhi had offered a six-month online course on digital marketing.
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