One-day workshop on "Reliability Engineering, Phases of Product Development and Essentials of Soft Skills"

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A one-day workshop was organised at Materials and Metallurgical Engineering Department on the topic "Reliability Engineering, Phases of Product Development and Essentials of Soft Skills". The session was started with the inaugural speech by the HOD Dr. J.D. sharma which was followed by the speech of Director Dr. Uma Batra. The first session was started by Mr. Mohit Rawat (PEC alumni batch 2010) where he elaborated the needs of vision and innovation in the engineering sectors. A clear message was given on the difference between science, technology and engineering taking the role of reliability into the picture. The second session was taken by Mr. Paawan Sharma on soft skills. The workshop attendees were given various tasks on human behaviour, their perception, need of proper communication. The workshop ended by a card cum quiz game which was won by the 2nd year student of M.E., Harshit Tripathi.

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