Wipro's Mission10X has planned to partner all engineering colleges across India with the aim of promoting systemic changes to current teaching-learning paradigms in engineering education, a top company official said.
The Mission10X programme involves a layered set of capability building workshops to help faculty members nurture the talent pool across the country, Wipro Technologies Vice President, Talent Transformation, D Selvan said.
'Currently, we have partnered with about 50 engineering colleges in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Maharastra and Orissa,' he added.
He said that his company vision was to partner with all engineering colleges in all the states. 'Our vision is to cover all engineering colleges in India by the year 2010,' he added.
Explaining the process of Mission10X programme, he said the Mission10X faculty enablement workshops would be conducted in phases across India, covering over 1,500 engineering colleges.
'Various seminars would be conducted in the campus, which will focus on facilitating the faculty to unleash their full potential and insight into inter active teaching methodology and teaching aids,' he added.
He said faculties would be imparted three sets of training methodologies by the core team of Mission10X,comprising senior academicians, who would also be responsible for streamlining the processess to ensure quality of the sessions.
'After the training, the faculty members will be provided international certification by Wipro,' he added.