Following our Prime Minister’s mission to take the country’s manufacturing industry to a higher technological level, thereby setting a goal to raise the percentage of manufacturing in GDP from present 16% to 25% by Year 2022 to create 100 Million new jobs, we are seeking Japan’s support for “Education in Manufacturing Technologies”.
Welding technology is a fundamental aspect of “monodzukuri (manufacturing)”. The reliability and safety of steel weld structures depends on welding personnel, such as welding coordinators, welding inspectors and welders.
Against the above backdrop and with a view toward improving the business environment and the global competitiveness of Indian Industry, under the aegis of the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), Association for Overseas Technical Cooperation and Sustainable Partnerships (AOTS) in partnership with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is organizing a two day technical seminar cum workshop in association with and Kansai Economic Federation, Kankeiren and supported by Panasonic, Iwatani & Kobelco.
The two-day workshop will demonstrate Japan’s High-quality welding technology including the importance of welding quality control, legal regulations, certification systems and safety education which will impact positively on India’s quality of products.
Who Should Participate
Welding Supervisors who oversee welding productivity, quality, cost and safety
Decision makers from Industry, Engineering colleges and Technical training institutes
Teaching faculty (related to welding) of Engineering Colleges
Training faculty (related to welding) of Technical Training Institutes
Members of Industry Associations (related to welding)
The workshop will entail free content and study materials on lecturers of various professors from Joining & Welding Research Institute (JWRI), Osaka University & The Japan Welding Engineering Society (JWES).