The workshop was attended by 20 students from all disciplines of B.Tech. second year of the institute.
The special teaching methodology adopted by the expert from British Council, Ms. Chitra Velayudh, evoked a lot of interest from the students and each one of them enjoyed the interactive teaching methodology. "This type of value addition programme adds to our soft skill development and helps us to face campus interviews,"
The program was co-ordinated by Prof. Mousiki Kar, Nodal Officer, Equity Assurance Committee, TEQIP Phase- II and was supported by a team of dedicated faculty members. At the end of the last day of the workshop, certificates from British Council was being distributed to all the participants by the Principal of the institute, Prof. Pranay Chaudhuri. "TEQIP is really a great support for the private engineering colleges like Heritage which creates unique tech graduates for the industry," said Prof. B.B.Paira, Director of Heritage Institute of Technology, Kolkata