Tripura Institute of Technology, Taiwan university to collaborate on academic exchange programmes
Tripura Institute: Tripura Institute of Technology (TIT), a government-run engineering college in West Tripura district will sign an agreement with Taiwan-based Providence University on various academic exchange programmes, an official said on Sunday.
Chief minister Manik Saha, who holds the Education portfolio, has already cleared a proposal for signing the agreement with Providence University of Taiwan, he said. Once the pact is inked, the students of TIT could study various short-term courses offered by Providence university of Taiwan, he said, adding the faculty members will also participate in various programmes in the foreign university.
“The understudies and employees of the TIT will actually want to attempt joint examination, distributions, and scholarly workshops in the Taiwan college”, he said. The proposed drive will likewise give adequate degree to TIT to improving its positioning by Public Establishment Positioning Structure (NIFR), he said, adding preparing of robot innovation has proactively been set up in TIT.
“Steps have additionally been taken to grant preparing on man-made consciousness”, he said. Laid out in 1958, the TIT offers seven undergrad and three postgraduate designing courses including software engineering.