Computer Numerical Control is the method by which industrial tools can be automated. To complement the rapid development in the field of automation and robotics, there must be a similar growth in CNC. This growth is being pushed by the best minds in the field.
The Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Training Centre was established in 2006 through grants secured from the Technical Education Quality Improvement Program – I (TEQIP I), a World Bank and Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) initiative. The Centre became active after the procurement of two production-ready CNC machines – Vertical Machining Centre (AMS Winner) and a Horizontal Turning Centre (AMS Cub). The Centre takes pride in having trained over 45 batches of short-term course students while inspiring them to pursue excellence and adopt innovative thinking.