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ontinuing Education Programme (CEP)
IIT Bombay

  The Objectives of CEP
 Types of Programmes
 Some of our User Industries
 Some of our Recent Courses
 New Initiatives

 
 
The Objectives of CEP:
  • To assist working professionals in the industry in widening their knowledge base and in improving their skills.
  • To assist the industry to be globally competitive and be at the cutting edge of technology by providing training and expertise in critical areas.
  • To promote strong industry-institute interaction.
 
 
Types of Programmes:

Continuing Education Programmes are being conducted all over the country and abroad.

OPEN Programmes (Short & Long Term)

Courses on topics of interest to the industry and research are conducted, inviting participation from industries and other organisations. Typically, such open programmes would be of 2 - 5 days duration and would be intensive in nature. Many of these courses would include hands on experience with various facilities existing at IIT Bombay with the newly developed appropriate software packages. These courses are conductd at IIT Bombay.

INHOUSE Programmes (Short & Long Term)

Courses are run exclusively for a specific company or organization. These can be at their site or at IIT Bombay campus. The course proposals may be made by specific industries and after initial interaction, the courses would be tailor-made and conducted to their requirement.

PG Level Evening Programmes (Full Semester)

Professionals can register for post-graduate level courses conducted in the evening hours. Those fulfilling specified criteria for the credits acquired, can go on to get an M.Tech. Degree from IIT Bombay.

Distance Education Programmes(DEP)

The goal of DEP is to offer courses to a large number of participants across the country. Each course is offered through video broadcast lectures supported by course handbook. The broadcast is through satellite transmission to a large number of registered Remote Centres (RCs). Each RC projects the lectures on the screen, in a classroom for upto fifty participants guided by a local supervisor. Participants have the opportunity to ask questions during the lecture, which can be immediately answered by the distant instructor, as in a real classroom."

 

Other Activities:

Preparation of Course Modules and Video Packages

Course modules and Video packages are prepared which can be made use of by other agencies.

 
 
Some of our User Industries:
 
 
VSNL   
ONGC         
Digitools
Silicon Automat.    Systems
Citicorp
Jet    Airways       
Bajaj Auto
Semi Conductor    Complex
IRIEEN
Wipro
TELCO
Bharat    Electronics
ACC     
Godrej &    Boyce
TATA SSL
Larsen &    Toubro
CIDCO 
DTE
DST
Texas    Instruments
TCS 
WREB
Origin
Instruments    India
NPC   
ADA
Indian Navy
Crompton    Greaves
Ceat Tyres
TVS   Suzuki
Tata    Infotech
Lloyds register
Reliance
UBEST
Datamatics
Indian Register    of Shipping
Indian Petrochemicals Corporation Ltd. GE India Technology Centre Ispat Industries Ltd. Hughes Tele.com (India) Ltd.
Central Pollution Control Board Satyam Technology Centre Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources Natsem India Designs Pvt.Ltd.
Motorola India Pvt.Ltd. Geometric Software Solutions Co.Ltd. Synopsys (India) Pvt.Ltd. GE Power Controls India Pvt.Ltd.
Indofil Chemicals Co. Kvaerner Powergas India Ltd. GTL Ltd. Cadence Design Systems (India) Pvt.Ltd.
Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd. National Institute of Habitat Management Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management
Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority Ministry of Environment & Forests Iran Khodro, Iran Celetron India Pvt.Ltd.
 
 
Some of our Recent Courses:
 
 
Internet and Intranets
Mechatronics
Communication System    Modules for VSNL
Aircraft design course at Iran
Low Cost Automation
Piping Technology
Concrete Technology
Corrosion Control
Power Electronics
Interpersonal Skills
CNC for Competitive    Manufacturing
Object Oriented Methodology
Base Isolation for earthquake-resistant  design of structures
Recent Developments in Fermentation & Enzyme Technology
CNC for Competitive    Manufacturing
Creative Ceramic Design
Digital Signal Processing
Leaded Stainglass window workshop
Power electronics
Information Technology
Object Oriented Methodology
Machinery Noise and Vibration
Methodology in Ergonomics
Assembly Engineering & Automation
Human Computer Interface
The role of Organic Synthesis in Drug     Research
Wavelets and its Applications
Business Models for Internet
VLSI Design
Ergonomic Checkpoint
Non-linear Control of    Aerospace Dynamics
Personnel & Profess-ional Effectiveness
Energy Conservation &    Management
Vibration Control
Bioinformatics Urban Drainage Management: State-of-the-art
Analysis of Biomass Energy Systems Workshop on Contextual Inquiry
Hazard and Risk Assessment in Chemical Process Industries: Current Techniques Integrity Assessment of Line Pipe Steels: A Fracture Mechanics Approach
Engineering Concepts for Food Industry Modelling, Analysis and Optimization of Industrial Process
Load Management for Efficient Power System Operation Introduction to TRIZ – Innovative Problem Solving
Casting Design and Analysis Certification Course on Paint Coatings, Inspection and Quality Control
Microcontroller Application in Power Electronics Reaction Engineering
Geometry Concepts Broadband
Mobile Computing and Wireless Communication Reliability Centered Maintenance
Communication Technologies Pinch Technology for Energy and Waste Reduction in Process Industries
Wireless Reaction Engineering
Repair and Rehabilitation of RCC Buildings Materials Management
Environmental Impact Assessment Design for Interactive Media
Data Communication Transmission Techniques
HVDC Systems eManagement of Small & Medium Industries and Factories (eMOSIF)
 
New Initiatives:
 
 
  • Reaching out to more working professionals through Web based Distance Continuing Education and transmission via VSAT (DEP)
  • Development of courses in emerging high-tech areas.