India’s Automation Industry Association to Increase Competency Based Learning in Ed Initiative

India’s Automation Industry Association, an apex body of automation technology companies, launched a national educational initiative with Indian engineering colleges to better educate students in STEM. This competency-based skill building aims to better educate and train students who could be employed by factories in the future. The program will create Competency Development Centers (CDC) for training in the “latest automation technologies.” Students will have an integrated learning environment based on “industrial sensors, actuators, and motion controllers.”

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Kattie Lam

Kattie Lam

Kattie is a Teach for America alumna who is motivated by technology's potential to empower teachers and their classrooms. After teaching middle school science, she now helps teachers bring technology into the classroom through Gradeable and Listen Edition.