Pune’s Engineering College has singed an MoU with Adriotec Engineering For U (AEFU),
to execute ‘3DM ClassRoom’
Pune’s Indira College of Engineering and Management has signed
an MoU with Adriotec Engineering For U (AEFU), to implement ‘3DM ClassRoom’, an
innovative and illustrative visual-rich teaching aid, on its Parandwadi campus.
The MoU also covers the implementation and joint development of additional subject
as per the University of Pune syllabus.
The 3DM ClassRoom teaching aid for all the branches of engineering education for
accelerated learning with 3D animations, real-life applications and industry practices,
cautiously crafted and embedded into the syllabus. The 3DM ClassRoom assures teachers
with the base content coupled with large number of 3D visuals to adapt in their
lecture. On the occasion of MoU signing, Chetan Wakalkar, group director, Indira
Group of Institutes, said, "The implementation of 3DM technology would help building
excellence in the engineering educational system with a promise to generate industry
ready youth of higher order productivity."
A pioneer in 3DM concepts and its applications for engineering education and industry,
AEFU has developed the 3DM ClassRoom tool. This technology enabled education is
considered as a promising solution for bridging the gap between industry practice
and classroom learning by bringing the industry virtually to the classroom. S. M.
Nabi, managing director of AEFU said, "With the 3DM technology, the principles of
engineering are explained with practical and industrial examples using simulated
models on the screen. It is a new teaching aid for the faculty. 3DM technology facilitates
easy grasp of the subjects, making the classroom more participative and enjoyable."
Courtesy: DNA India