From the desk of Executive Director
Information, Electronics & Communication Technology (IECT) has been accelerating fast towards advancement and many new innovations are being made to achieve efficiency and improve cost-effectiveness by exploiting technical human resources. Millennium 2000 is undoubtedly an era of IECT. It has become absolutely essential to be abreast with rapidly growing technological advancements in the application of IECT, which have been affecting every aspect of human life, in an unprecedented manner. This Centre has been making an earnest endeavour to promote this culture and to disseminate knowledge amongst Govt. Departments, Boards, Corporations, Technical Institutions and general public. Besides, IECT industry is in direct need of professionally qualified and technically trained manpower. It is helping entrepreneurs and young students to adapt to this field by choosing it as their career prospective.
The Centre is accredited to conduct NIELIT IT ‘O’ and ‘A’ Level courses. Centre is planning to introduce various specialized courses in technologies like Java, Dot Net, LAMP, Mobile application development using Android, Mobile Communication and Network Security and Project Management etc. for Engineering and Professional Courses students giving them both options to pursue the course during summer training and winter semester exam break keeping in view the current market trends in the field of IECT. Intensive industry specific training is provided to students who enroll themselves as Project Trainee for duration of six months to improve their employment prospects by bridging the gap between regular academic program and industrial requirements.
This Centre as a part of social obligation has been carrying out Digital literacy programs for masses and also conducting career development workshops for school and College students. Centre has been working to be a front runner in fulfilling its commitment to the nation and the missionary zeal and dedication of team of NIELIT Kurukshetra towards promoting computer culture is being appreciated by government authorities.