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Italian institute invites Indian mechanical engineering students

Italian institute invites Indian mechanical engineering students

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 11 Feb 2019, 11:25 pm

Kolkata, Feb 11 (IBNS): During the visit of the Italian delegation to the two day BGBS 2019, Prof. Gianpiero Mastinu, Secretary General cum Cluster Manager of Lombardy Mobility Cluster, stated that Italy automobile industry was growing at a very fast pace, especially in Lombardy. A considerable percent of high tech auto parts are manufactured in Lombardy region by premium supplier companies. 

Italy is known as the producer of world-famous cars such as Lamborghini, Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Maserati, Lancia and errari.

As a follow-up of BGBS, the Lombardy Mobility Cluster will consider the many projects issued by the WB Govt. In particular activities on Logistics, Intelligent Transport Systems, Public transport (either road, rail or waterborne), mass production manufacturing will be discussed with Italian stakeholders.

"We have an excellent institute, Politecnico Milano 1863, which is number one in Italy and ranked 17th over 4000 similar universities in the world.  There are about 42,000 students and it's a centre of high standards that invites application from final year students of Mechanical Engineering from India as the mobility industry is growing. We already have Indian students there and invite more students to pursue their PhD degrees there and who may later seek employment there," Mastinu said.

"We are in the process of visiting IITs here and hope we see students from India who chose Italy as their destination for higher learning," stated Professor Mastinu who is a full time professor of Ground Vehicle Engineering at the Department of Mechanical Engineering.



Italian institute invites Indian mechanical engineering students

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