Dr. Harsh Sadawarti, Pro Vice Chancellor, CT University visited Bosch Vocational Center, Bangalore and participated in orientation of BOSCH- BRIDGE Program. It is short-term employment-linked training program for underprivileged, less educated, unemployed youth in the age group of 18 to 25 years. He also visited underprivileged students in Christ University, Bangalore attending BRIDGE program. With a view to producing trained personnel for automobiles in industries CT University (CTU) has already been into the collaboration with BOSCH, Germany who are market leaders in drives and control equipments. This has resulted in establishment of a state of the art training centre at CTU campus. The CT University aims to train young engineering graduates students up to the Industry expectations and foster research in applied field by offering B.Tech Automobile Engg. And Mechanical Engg. The manpower trained under these programs will help Indian Manufacturing industry to adopt latest technologies to improve quality and Productivity.


BOSCH will provide up gradation of the BRIDGE Center in the campus to a “Model Center”, Placement Assistance to all the BRIDGE students, Bosch Learner Kit and Complete orientation to the nominated Trainer through Bosch’s Train the Trainer (TTT) program.