01-15-2015, 04:12 PM
Birmingham City University is all puts ink tieup with three universities in India this week to develop a Formula 1 car-mail, Vice Chancellor, Cliff Allan said.
"We are developing a Formula 1 car-mail and we will do it with some Indian universities. Allan believe that getting students to develop electric racing cars that will change the future shape of the Formula 1 racing industry," ris said in an interview.
"We are doing now tieup with three universities - the University of Chandigarh, Graphic Era University to make alliance with lovely Professional University in Jalandhar - India." We are meeting on Friday and closed the session, he added.
Allan university officials meet again Friday to sign the contract. He also officially opened the office in Delhi University this week.
He said that the direct beneficiaries of this will tie up students and automotive. "The Formula 1 team is interested in that and work with him."
The University has 22,500 students, of which 2,000 international students. There are more than 100 indigenous students at the University.
Motor Sport Symposium held at the University of Birmingham in a world that annually brings together all the teams above formula 1 race. The electric motor is emerging as one of the new trends in the automotive industry and in London, more and more hybrid cars coming to play.
Allan said he expects electric cars hit the roads over the next 10 years. He mentioned that Birmingham City University is in the very heart of the automotive industry, particularly motorsport.
"Our programs are based on where you practice your hands dirty. They were able to experience real job. It is not just theoretical. It is a very practical orientation," said Allan.
The University has a lot of courses in the area of her and Engineering. In it, the University has sponsored courses Cisco, SAP and SAS. "All the major software companies have sponsored our courses. This has led to a loan edge courses for industry and industry."
Courses are also sponsored by Rolls Royce and Jaguar Land Rover, which give students direct experience of work.
"These companies also helped design the course, so it makes entry into the course. We have created a learning environment and facilities, which is like the job. So we simulated workplace in our classrooms. "
Saying that impart practical knowledge to the students is the way to go, he added: "We give students the knowledge issue so that they have theoretical knowledge. We can also help students practice, practice and working on live projects in the industry" .
"Employability is a crucial and critical part of the University experience and education. Therefore, you need to do is think about how to add the knowledge of the subject and give them a basket of skills that many students graduated jobs will now be performing in his lifetime, not invented yet. "
"So you can prepare a student for a more specific job; you have to give a range of skills and abilities so that in the next 10-20 years are able to adapt to the environment."
"Our practical form of higher education is very relevant in India where we were working with partners to develop this new form of higher education that students used more," says Allan.
Allan noted that India is a very important destination, adds: "We have tie-ups in Sri Lanka and many tie-ups in China."