A team of students of a government college in Mumbai has been given a chance to pursue a course in engineering for a government engineering degree.
The students, who were all students of the Engineering College, are working on the project as a group for engineering, and the project aims to help them find a job in the IT sector.
The project is to be implemented in the next three to four years.
The college is located in Mumbai’s Navi Mumbai district.
The project aims at helping the students in finding a job after finishing their engineering studies.
The group of students are working for a year on the work, which will help them gain a certificate in engineering.
The engineering college is looking for a group of engineers to complete the project.
The college has been seeking students who have completed their engineering courses to come up for the project, as it is an open-to-everyone and open-minded course.
“We want to help people in the industry, as this is a skill that we have to train our students.
We are working with our engineering college to develop the project,” said Dr Satyendra Kulkarni, the principal of the engineering college.
The engineering college has also sought financial assistance from the government.
“In the last one year, the college has received Rs 6.25 lakh.
So we have received Rs 5 lakh from the central government,” he said.
The work will be completed in three to five years, and will take about four years from the time the students are ready to start their studies, said Dr Kulkarki.