The Erasmus project TEEDE (Towards Excellence in Engineering Curricula for Dual Education) aims at upgrading/developing curricula in engineering trade by introducing industrial component through an agreement (Memorandum of Understanding between the academia and industry). Unlike a dual degree program, the dual education introduces the industrial component to the curricula in engineering trade instead of an internship thereby modernizing the existing system of professional development. The project aims to promote the modernization, to expand the availability and to develop the internationalization of higher education in the partner countries; to promote intercultural and interpersonal exchange, the voluntary convergence with the tendencies of the development of higher education in the EU.
TEEDE seminar of Dual Education Model
- A training session was conducted for IIT Madras students on 18/04/2018 at ICSR building IIT Madras in order to create awareness among students about TEEDE, and opportunities under the Dual Education Model
- In addition to the students, IIT Madras faculties were also provided insights on 19/04/2018 through a training and orientation session at ICSR Building, IIT Madras
- Both the seminars were conducted by Prof. Rajesh R Nair from IIT Madras and Prof. Andreas Saniter from University of Bremen
- The intricacies of the TEEDE model was disseminated to Kerala State government. On 16th June 2018 at Thiruvanathapuram, 10 officers of Industries Department of the state of Kerala were provided with training to make them aware of the model and the roles and responsibilities of various stakeholders involved in it.
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