Welcome to Industrial Practice School

Today’s world requires industry ready students with enough skills that can help in job placements, and KL (deemed to be) University promises to build future ready leaders – students who are industry ready to face challenges head on, fully prepared with core skills and additional soft skills.

Every student is assigned a University guide & Company guide who will help them with the required skilling. Additionally, students are also encouraged to reach out to their respective departments which can help them right from finalization of title of the work, providing any technical support during the program, conducting interim evaluation and final evaluation.

The Practice School program allows a student to practice concepts learnt in classrooms in real-life situations while also sensitizing them to the ways of workplace behaviour by assigning time-bound projects as in a company. It also helps create awareness among students about their strengths and weaknesses in the work environment, as well as provide them with a platform to take up on-the-job Engineering Training and develop a network, useful to enhance their career prospects.

During the practice school/summer internship program, each student is trained to develop their:
1. Problem solving, critical thinking and innovation abilities,
2. Curiosity to learn,
3. Communication skills,
4. Team work, Responsibility, Professional and Ethical behaviour.
5. Attitude and Discipline.
University is sending B.Tech. students to 1 month summer internship after 2nd year and to practice school during 4th year 7th sem/8th sem. Apart from B.Tech. practice school program, University caters the need of summer internship programs and semester internships of other programs viz., M.Tech., MBA, BBA, BBA-LLB, B.Com., BHM, B.Pharm. B.Arch. etc. Various internships conducted for the last 7 years is presented below:






















Why Practice School

Objectives

  • Enables students to have a smoother transition from academics to professional world
  • Enhances interpersonal skills, communication skills, leadership qualities etc.
  • Provides an opportunity to students to apply some of the ideas/skill sets in their careers, which also enhances their confidence levels
  • Enables students to be aware of their personal strengths and limitations as professionals
  • Increases marketability of students after graduation
  • Provides link with potential future employers

Students are judged on

  • Goal setting
  • Achieving targets
  • Application of engineering tools
  • Objectives of training program
  • Means to achieve targets
  • Application of theory in practice
  • Quality presentation
  • Quality of report preparation
  • Over coming limitations
  • Communication skills
  • Attitude and Discipline
  • Efficiency in planning and execution

Various Intenships

Sl No Activity B.Tech M.Tech MBA BBA BBA-LLB B.Com BHMCT BBA-MBA
1 Course Practice School
Progarm (PSP)
M.Tech Internship
 Program
Summer Internship
Program (SIP)
Summer Internship
Program (SIP)
Summer Internship
Program (SIP)
(a) Industrial Training Program
(b) SIP
(a) Industrial Training Program
(b) SIP
(a) Industrial Training Program
(b) SIP
2 Duration of Internship (a) One Semester        (b) 4 Weeks One Semester or One year 12 Weeks 8 Weeks 45 Days (a) One Semester
(b) 8 Weeks
(a) One Semester
(b) 8 Weeks
(a) One Semester
(b) 8 Weeks
3 Period of Internship
(Tentative Period)
(a) July - November & Dec - April                  
(b) June
Aug- Dec & Jan- May May-July May-June May-July (a) Dec -Apr
(b) May-July
(a) Dec -Apr
(b) May-July
(a) Dec -Apr
(b) May-July
4 Semester (a)7th or 8th
Semester                
(b) aferter 4th semester
3rd or 4th
Semester or Both Semesters
2nd Semester 2nd, 4th & 6th
Semester
2nd & 4th Semester (a) 6th  Semester
(b) 2nd & 4th Sem
(a) 6th  Semester
(b) 2nd & 4th Sem
(a) 8th  Semester
(b) 2nd, 4th&6th Sem
5 Academic Credits (a) 6 Credits        
 (b) --
18 Credits 9 Credits 6 Credits No Credits (a) 18 Credits
(b) 6 Credits
(a) 18 Credits
(b) 6 Credits
(a) 20 Credits
(b) 6 Credits
6 Guides (a)Company Guide (CG)
University Guide (UG)
& Departmental Committee (DC)  (b)DC
Company Guide (CG)
University Guide (UG)
& Departmental Committee (DC)
Company Guide (CG)
University Guide (UG)
& Departmental Committee (DC)
Company Guide (CG)
University Guide (UG)
& Departmental Committee (DC)
  Company Guide (CG)
University Guide (UG)
& Departmental Committee (DC)
Company Guide (CG)
University Guide (UG)
& Departmental Committee (DC)
Company Guide (CG)
University Guide (UG)
& Departmental Committee (DC)
7 Evaluation Stages (a)Forthnightly Report,Inteirm report &
Final report            
(b) Final evaluation
Forthnightly Report,Inteirm report &
Final report
Weekly report,
Initial Report,
Inteirm Report &
Final Report
Weekly report,
Initial Report,
Inteirm Report &
Final Report
  Weekly report,
Initial Report,
Inteirm Report &
Final Report
Weekly report,
Initial Report,
Inteirm Report &
Final Report
Weekly report,
Initial Report,
Inteirm Report &
Final Report
8 Evaluation share FNR: CC:30,UG:20
Interim Eval:20
Final Eval:30
FNR: OG:5,CC:10,UG:10
Interim Eval:20
Final Eval CG:20
Final Eval DC:30
Attendance:5
WPR:CG:20,UG:10
Initial Eval:10
Interim Eval:20
Final Eval:30
Campus Presentation:10
WPR:CG:20,UG:10
Initial Eval:10
Interim Eval:20
Final Eval:30
Campus Presentation:10
  WPR:CG:15,UG:10
Initial Eval:25
Final Eval:35
Campus Presentation:15
WPR:5
Initial Eval:30
Final Eval:40
Campus Presentation:20
Certificate:5
WPR:CG:20,UG:10
Initial Eval:10
Interim Eval:20
Final Eval:30
Campus Presentation:10
Notations: FNR-Fortnightly Report, WPR-Weekely Progress Report, Company Guide (CG) , University Guide (UG), Faculty Guide (FG) &  Departmental Committee (DC)

List of PS Companies

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