University of Lucknow’s 80 B.Tech Students Undertake Industrial Tour to HCL Company

University of Lucknow’s 80 B.Tech Students Undertake Industrial Tour to HCL Company
University of Lucknow’s 80 B.Tech Students Undertake Industrial Tour to HCL Company
Uttar Pradesh desk Lucknow(R L Pandey). The Placement Cell of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology at the University of Lucknow organized an insightful industrial tour to HCL Company in Lucknow for 80 final-year B.Tech and BCA students. The primary objective of this tour was to expose students to the operational dynamics, latest technologies, and business processes within the IT industry.

Dr. Himanshu Pandey, Incharge of the Placement Cell, highlighted that the tour offered a valuable learning experience. Senior officials and experts at HCL warmly welcomed the students, with Deputy Manager Sourav Singh leading an informative technical session. Singh elaborated on the latest industry trends, challenges, and opportunities, and provided detailed insights into the company’s various projects, products, services, and job opportunities. Students toured multiple departments, observed live projects, and experienced practical methodologies first-hand.

Professor Alok Kumar Rai, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lucknow, remarked on the significance of the industrial tour. He emphasized that such initiatives bridge the gap between academic learning and practical application, enabling students to comprehend industry realities. Professor Rai expressed confidence that this experience would offer valuable guidance and inspiration, aiding students in achieving excellence in their careers.

Professor A.K. Singh, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, noted the benefits of visiting a prestigious institution like HCL. He stated that this experience would significantly contribute to the students’ career development, equipping them to face future challenges with greater confidence and preparedness.

The industrial tour proved to be a source of inspiration and motivation for the students. It allowed them to see the real-world application of theoretical knowledge, enhancing their practical understanding. Exposure to IT industry operations, processes, and the latest technologies enriched their industry comprehension. Additionally, observing real-time problem-solving techniques bolstered their problem-solving skills.

The tour was attended by Engineering Faculty members Eng. Prashant Singh, Eng. Pawan Singh, and Eng. Sandeep Gupta, along with the 80 participating students.

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