Industrial Practice (IP) is a course offered to enable the students experience industry setting, while continuing to be student. Students will also identify and solve real time organizational problems, in their respective allotted industry environments. These industries are called as Industry Practice Centres (IPCs). For B.Tech students, IP is offered in three phases viz. Industrial Practice – I (IP I), Industrial Practice –II (IP II) and Industrial Practice – III (IP-III). For B.Sc. (Hons.) students IP is offered two phases viz IP-I and IP-II.
- For B.Sc., students they will have IP-I (at the end of 4th semester) and IP-II during either of the semesters in final year.
- B.Tech students will have IP-I and IP-II during summer term at the end of 4th and 6th semesters respectively and IP-III during final year in either of the semesters.
- B.Tech students who are not eligible / not registered for IP-I, IP-II and B.Sc., students who are not eligible for IP-I can register for project course and earn the same credits.
- For B.Tech students as an alternate to IP-III and for B.Sc.,(Hons.) students as an alternate to IP-II they can register Thesis / Project.
- Allotment of students to IPCs will be made by considering academic performance, requirement of industry, preference of students and other parameters which University considers as important.
- Eligibility for Industrial Practice course will be governed by academic requirements decided for the same, from time to time by a competent committee.
- A Student who is registered in Thesis or IP courses cannot concurrently register for any other on-campus course.
- If the performance of the student in IP course is found unsatisfactory or have any other discipline related issues, the university can withdraw the student from such programme without giving any reasons. The decision of the university shall be the final in these matters.