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Project Based Industrial Training


Industrial Training refers to work experience that is relevant to professional development prior to graduation. One of the requirements for the award of Bachelor of Engineering is that students must complete at least 4 / 6 / 20 weeks of Industrial Training. Industrial Training is normally accumulated during the semester breaks at the end of the third or fourth year.

The Universities, which are the organisations that accredits all engineering programs in India, strongly advocates that an industrial training experience component of some weeks duration is included in all engineering undergraduate courses.

Students should note that Industrial Training is an essential component in the development of the practical and professional skills required of an Engineer and an aid to prospective employment.

All students should make considerable effort and give sufficient thought into obtaining the most relevant and effective Industrial Training. Whilst difficult, it is desirable to obtain experience in a range of activities, such as e.g.  Embedded Programming, Embedded Appplications, Embedded Devices Design and Realization, Device Drivers, Embedded Linux etc. It should also be noted that developing an awareness of general workplace behaviour and interpersonal skills are important objectives of the Industrial Training experience.


All students who are registered for a Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Technology are required to undergo ‘Industrial Training’ for a period of 4 / 6 / 20 weeks after Year 3.

Industrial Training Objectives:

  • To expose students to engineering experience and knowledge. Which is required in industry, where these are not taught in the lecture rooms.
  • To apply the engineering knowledge taught in the lecture rooms in real industrial situations.
  • To use the experience gained from the ‘Industrial Training’ in discussions held in the lecture rooms.
  • To get a feel of the work environment.
  • To gain experience in writing reports in engineering works/projects.
  • To expose students to the engineers responsibilities and ethics.
  • To expose the students to future employers as well as to introduce the Industrial Training Program available within EmbLogic Embedded Technologies..
  • With all the experience and knowledge acquired, it is hoped that the students will be able to choose appropriate work upon graduation.
  • A prior knowledge of a basic microprocessors and general understanding about operating system concepts is assumed.


Project based Industrial Training - 6 Months

Sl No

Project based Training Module (4/6 months)

Sessions Labs Hours Days

Internet of Things , IOT ...

75 85 490 90

C and Embedded Linux with ARM ...

75 85 490 90

Software - Design, Development, Debugging ...

110 115 680 120

Industrial Automation and Control Systems ...

40 90 440 90

Advanced Embedded Systems using Linux, ARM and Device Drivers ...

105 115 670 120


Project based Industrial Training - 6 weeks

Sl No Course Code

Project based Training Module (4/6 weeks)

Sessions Labs Hours Days
1. LSA6W

Embedded Linux using ARM ...

24 24 144 35
2. DSC6W

Data Structures with C using Linux, vim, gcc, gdb, SCCT ...

24 24 144 35
3. CPP6W

C++ with Eclipse and Qt on Linux ...

24 24 144 35
4. PLC6W

Programmable Logic Controller - PLC ...

12 24 120 35
5. SCA6w

Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition - SCADA ...

12 24 120 35
6. DAC6W

Project based Designing in Auto-CAD ...

12 24 120 35
7. PEL6W

Python with Eclipse on Linux ...

24 24 144 35
8. LSP6W

Linux System and Network Programming ...

24 24 144 35
9. CJE6W

Core Java with Eclipse on Linux ...

24 24 144 35
10. ADM6W

Linux System and Network Administration ...

24 24 144 35

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Obtaining Industrial Placement
The academic staff for each would be appointed as Adviser for Industrial Training. Contact her/him to request a letter from the College confirming that you are a EmbLogic Embedded Technologies, Noida, and supporting your efforts to find an industrial placement. It is the responsibility of each student to obtain her/his own industrial placement themselves.

The Adviser might assist you with a list of possible contacts within the industry. If you have any doubts or questions about a proposed employment, you should consult the Adviser for Industrial Training in your discipline. You may also consult other academic staff on the availability of Industrial Training.

EmbLogic is an ISO 9001:2008(QMS) (Quality Management System) Certified Company

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