- Interacted with leading personalities of automotive industries like Mercedes Benz, Volkswagen, Bosch, Siemens and more in Germany
- Availed unique opportunity to work with live European projects
- Only 14 students were selected from across the country for the prestigious training
For an important Indo-Euro Synchronization initiative, five students from the School of Mechanical Engineering of Lovely Professional University attended Automation & Automotive Training Program ‘AutoSol-2016’ held in Germany. Only 14 students were selected from across the country for this prestigious training.Trainee LPU students obtained cutting-edge experience in industrial and business sectors of automation and automotive domain. During 12 days hectic schedule, students also interacted with leading personalities of industries like Mercedes Benz, Volkswagen, Bosch, Siemens and more. On getting exposed to advance-technologies; LPU-students also availed unique opportunity to work with live European projects.
Steinbeis University in Berlin and APS (European Centre for Mechatronics) recognized the training of LPU students. Steinbeis University is slated to provide 6 Credit Points Certificates to LPU trainees. Now, trainees can further be participants at ‘European Labs for Mechatronics’ for 6 months internship/project. LPU Chancellor Mr Ashok Mittal motivated the awakened students to utilize this special training for their bright career ahead.
Participating LPU students Mohammad Asadullah Maqdoom (from Telangana) , Tiruvarangam Srinivas (from Andhra Pradesh), Harssh Arun Sharma (from Maharashtra), Navjot Singh and Maeru Jain (both from Punjab) shared unanimously: “We are indeed fortunate to attend this great India and Europe connecting program. This really proved to form a technological transfer bridge between all participants. Gaining a comprehensive insight into the auto-industry situation in Germany, we also enhanced our professional skills and career prospects. We are thankful to LPU teachers who guided us to avail this opportunity for our betterment in the field related to us.”
Mechanical Engineering student Harssh who hails from a small village of Thane District of Maharashtra informed: “At Stuttgart in Germany, we all imbibed Mercedes-Benz's great slogan- "Das Beste oder nichts" which means "the best or nothing”. Here, our tour to world’s largest car production plant of Mercedes Benz offered us a detailed and amazing insight into the fascinating world of vehicle manufacture. We saw the press shop- where the first parts are shaped; robots working fast at the body shop; and, the assembly areas. We were amazed to see how vehicle parts are lined up, and further ready to be transported to the assembly lines.”