Print entrepreneurs getting trained at BIGC, China
A batch of 7 trainees are being trained in ‘Printed Electronics’ & ‘3D Printing’ at Beijing Institute of Graphic Communication (BIGC). This is in sync with AIFMP agreement with BIGC to provide print education in ‘3D printing’ and ‘Print electronics’ to Indian print professionals, students and teachers in printing. The highly subsidised training schedule has been specially fabricated for the members and other print entrepreneurs of the country.
The first batch of training is being conducted from May 22 to August 18, 2017. During a simple but warm send-off ceremony at Hotel Pride Plaza, New Delhi, Prof Kamal Chopra, president AIFMP greeted the first batch and persuaded them to return back after enriching their knowledge in ‘Printed Electronics’ and ‘3D Printing’. The first batch includes Parag Hase who is teaching printing at Baba Sahib Ambedkar University, Aurangabad and other six are the kith and kin of printers of India.
The course includes lectures, demonstrations and practical workshops on advance printing technologies relating to ‘3D Printing’ and ‘Printed Electronics’. Visit to a range of printing companies using these techniques will also be part of course curriculum.
The next batch of the training is scheduled to commence in the month of September 2017 and registration is open for the second batch. Prof Chopra further intimated that the total tuition fees for this 3 month training is 10,000 yuan (US $ 1500, approx. Rs. 1,00,000). The international class hostel facilities are available for the students at BIGC on affordable rates. The details of the course and application form are available at: email@example.com or call 011 26451742