Foundational Training on Semiconductor Technology for Tribal Community

Organizer: The MINISTRY OF TRIBAL AFFAIRS GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (MoTA), in association with the Centre for Nano Science and Engineering (CeNSE) at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc)

  • When: 18-20 June 2024
  • Venue: CeNSE, IISc, Bengaluru
  • Duration: 3 Day
  • All the participants will receive a certificate of participation

Students from tribal community, pursuing (or rising) 4th year of UG Engineering (B.Tech / B.E.) OR pursuing (or rising) 2nd year of M.Sc in the relevant field.

Program Objective

This program will train 450 students and faculty from the tribal community in semiconductor manufacturing technology.

The program is generously funded by the Ministry for Tribal Affairs (MoTA), Government of India, for the benefit of the tribal community. Students who pass the course will improve their knowledge and employability in the upcoming semiconductor manufacturing industry.

Program Format

  • Training will be conducted in stages – foundation course and Advanced course. The Foundational course is a 60 hours program with online lectures and assignments. The advanced program is 90 hours with offline lectures, assignments and hands-on training in Bengaluru. Both courses are NSQF-certified, at levels 6.0 & 6.5, for foundational ( and advanced courses (, respectively.
  • Selection is meritocratic. The selection to the foundational course is through an online test. The online test is based on content from a video lecture(s). The selection to the advanced courses will be from the graduating pool of foundational courses based on assignment performance.
  • Minimum qualifications for students are: Pursuing (or rising) 4th year of UG Engineering OR pursuing (or rising) first year of M.Sc in the relevant field
  • Faculty must be employed in a PG institute of higher learning for science or engineering.

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Organising Team

Mr. Somashekar P S(
Ms. Sabiha Sultana(
Prof. Sushobhan Avasthi (

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