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DU convenes 3-day techno conclave

By STAFF Correspondent

DIBRUGARH, May 20 � The Training and Placement Cell of Dibrugarh University (DU) has convened a three-day techno conclave from May 21 to May 23, at its New Conference Hall to discuss critical issues relating to industry and academic relationship and thereby explore ways to bridge the existing gap between them.

The conclave aims at encouraging the exchange of productive ideas and perspectives so as to ensure that academic has a strong linkage with the industries. The conclave will be a confluence of company representatives, academic and students, a release stated.

The conclave will feature a panel discussion to deliberate on the theme �Changing curriculum with the industry pace: enhancing student employability quotient�. The event will also seek plausible solutions

to align corporate expectations with academic education. The panel discussion will be followed by an interactive session with the students and faculty members, where representatives from the industries will give their opinion on the current course structures and relevant industry requirements, the release added.

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DU convenes 3-day techno conclave

DIBRUGARH, May 20 � The Training and Placement Cell of Dibrugarh University (DU) has convened a three-day techno conclave from May 21 to May 23, at its New Conference Hall to discuss critical issues relating to industry and academic relationship and thereby explore ways to bridge the existing gap between them.

The conclave aims at encouraging the exchange of productive ideas and perspectives so as to ensure that academic has a strong linkage with the industries. The conclave will be a confluence of company representatives, academic and students, a release stated.

The conclave will feature a panel discussion to deliberate on the theme �Changing curriculum with the industry pace: enhancing student employability quotient�. The event will also seek plausible solutions

to align corporate expectations with academic education. The panel discussion will be followed by an interactive session with the students and faculty members, where representatives from the industries will give their opinion on the current course structures and relevant industry requirements, the release added.