Govt. of India approved a new program titled “Global Initiative of Academic Networks” (GIAN) in Higher Education aimed at tapping the talent pool of scientists and entrepreneurs, internationally to encourage their engagement with the institutes of Higher Education in India so as to augment the country’s existing academic resources, accelerate the pace of quality reform, and elevate India’s scientific and technological capacity to global excellence.
The course on Structural Health Monitoring by full-field measurement techniques and simulation models at NIT Hamirpur is a part of the GIAN program.
The following objectives are set for this course to benefit the participants.
- To provide an expert insight on structural health monitoring techniques based on the
combination of cutting edge experimental and computing tools.
- To foster a collaborative approach to the solution of practical diagnostic problems.
- To provide exposure of an international environment to the course attendees and offer
long-life learning opportunities.
June 18 – June 22
National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur.
No. of Participants: 40
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- Industry/Research Organizations Rs. 2000
- Academic Institutions Rs. 1500
- Students (General) Rs. 1000
- Students (SC/ST) Rs. 500
Fees must be paid in form of crossed Bank Draft drawn in favour of the Registrar, NIT Hamirpur payable at State Bank of India, NIT Hamirpur (Branch code No. 10367).
The above fees include all instructional materials, computer use for tutorials and assignments, lab, equipment usage charges, 24 hr free internet facility and catering to the participants. Host Institute will arrange field visit to the site for participants during the course. The participant will have to bear the nominal accommodation charges as per institute norm.
- Dr. Hemant Kumar Vinayak
email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
telephone: +91-9418075886, 01972-254346
- Dr. Ravindra Nath
email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
telephone: +91-9418095509, 01972-254532