Industrial Training

At GL Bajaj we promote students to go for industrial trainings. The main reason engineering students need to do Industrial Training is to get themselves ready for a job in their chosen field. It is a chance for them to put what they have learned at in the classes to work in the kind of real-life situations, they will come up against when they start their career.

Industrial training gives them great experience, as it provides:
First-hand experience working as an engineering professional
Apply your technical knowledge and engineering methods to a real-life situations
Work with other engineering professionals
Experience what it’s like to work in a professional organisation
Increase your technical, interpersonal and communication skills, both oral and written
Observe interactions of engineers with other professional groups
Witness the functioning and organisation of business and companies

Be attractive to Engineering employers
Many employers use industry work experience as a prerequisite for new graduates. Employers also use this period as a chance to assess new employees for future employment. If you can demonstrate the ability to take responsibility, make sound decisions and apply technical skills – you will stand out as someone that might be great for their organization.

In reverse, you will also have the opportunity to evaluate the company for yourself to see if it’s somewhere you might wish to work. At the very least, you can make better decisions about whether or not you will enjoy that field of engineering.

    • Training session of BMW at Automechanika Frankfurt, Germany. The training was a part of AutoSol.

  • Industrial Training:
    Ashok Leyland, Hero Motocorp Ltd, Infosys, Mahindra & Mahindra, Ranbaxy, ONGC, Honda Motors, Indian Institute of Petroleum (IIP), Rockman

  • G L Bajaj has found its niche in the academic world. Referring to the growing trend of industry-institute interaction


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