Mumbai: Thakur Institute Of Aviation Technology (TIAT) has distributed 100 tablets to the students, which will not only make weight of the notebooks redundant, but also support the ‘go green’ initiative.
Thakur Institute of Aviation Technology has created an example in the field of education by introducing a solely technology-based mode of learning. In an event held on November 2nd 2018, TIAT distributed 100 tablets to students wherein they will rely on it for learning, therefore making it an eco friendly initiative.
The event held at the TIAT campus in Kandivali, Mumbai, was inaugurated by the CEO of TIAT Mr. Rajesh Singh, in presence of the Principal Dr. S. M. Ganechari,, Accountable Manager Subhajit Maity and Training Manager Pravin Vishwakarma. A total 100 numbers of students were distributed tablet who belongs to EASA part- 147 basic course.
TIAT, a government recognized institute in Mumbai, western India imparting ‘AME’ Course in Mechanical & Avionics stream. Mr. Singh highlighted the objectives of distributing these tablets and drew the audience’s attention on its low-cost and go-green aspect as well as the institute’s support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s initiative of Digital India. What makes this tablet is unique is not just its uploaded syllabus and softwares but it has a pre-installed software, a tracking system which can track the students’ movements.
Mr. Singh said, “The training notes are very large and difficult to carry for the students, so to reduce this burden TIAT distributed these tablets. The tablet contains all the data and syllabus related to trainings, and is uploaded with all the required Aviation softwares, videos, images and aircraft system CBT,” he said, adding that to enhance learning and inbuilt skills for the students so that it will be easier for the student to understand.