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Two day workshop on "Robotics" inaugurated
4/25/2019 12:15:05 AM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Apr 24: Two-day Workshop on Robotics was inaugurated today at Government Polytechnic Bikram Chowk Jammu. The workshop is being organised by college in collaboration with Times Institute of Management and Technical Studies (TIMTS) to provide a platform to budding engineers by offering them exposure to Recent Technologies, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Soft Skills. The chief guest on the occasion was Dr Ravi Shankar Sharma, Director Technical Education.
While speaking on the occasion, he said such workshops will focus on promoting innovation among students and by witnessing these technologies hands on and by absorbing the cognition of these trends, students would immensely benefit in getting employment. In his welcome address, Er. Arun Bangotra Principal of this institute emphasised that both robotics and Artificial Intelligence forms a major part of the focus of the job universe of technological world.
These terms are briskly becoming the synonyms of future technology and emphasized that students need to acquire skills, both soft and technical to ensure success in life. Resource person from TIMTS were Vishal Sharma and Dinesh Gupta.
They addressed the gathering of all students from various branches on the need of soft skill and recent trends in technology. Students also witnessed live practical session on Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Drones.
The two days workshop will provide the students an introductory-level training on Robotics and Automation, assembling and manufacturing of pre-decided robot modules, Arduino, programming, Artificial Intelligences and Drones.
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