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New Certificate Programme Launched By IIT Bombay

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New certificate Program At IIT Bombay
IIT-B (Indian Institute of Technology- Bombay) in co-ordination with Applied Materials Inc. has announced the launch of a new certificate course in Semiconductor Technology and Manufacturing. This is for the first time in India to launch such course.

About the Course : The course will address a critical need for developing a trained, high-tech workforce in India to help meet the country's growing for electronic devices. The seven-day course will start from November 19 to 25 and will be offered twice year. Course modules will include semiconductor technology, including very large scale integration (VLSI), a semiconductor equipment overview and lab equipment user training.

What Experts Tell About This Programme :

  • According to the Joint secretary , Ajay Kumar, Department of electronics and information technology Government of India, the programme synergies with the efforts of department of electronics and IT, in order to promote electronics system design and manufacturing.
  • "The semiconductor technology and manufacturing certification course will provide an understanding of semiconductors technologies, processes and the basic concepts of microelectronics manufacturing, combined with hands-on training on some of the semiconductor industry's most widely-used process equipment from Applied Materials", said Omkaram Nalamasu, Chief Technology Officer of Applied Materials.

Click on REGISTER NOW To become a part of it. The last date to apply for this course is October 19, 2012. 

Estimated Result : The study estimated that Indian electronics consumption will grow to USD 400 billion by 2020 and if the industry's manufacturing rate does not improve, it would be able to produce only 20% of the projected requirement. The study indicated that it is critical to develop a skilled workforce to meet the high demand for manufacturing electronic devices.

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