Railways to launch 7 new MBA, MSc, BTech programs, application-oriented learning

Indian Railways Learning Program: Two BTech programs focus on rail infrastructure, rail systems and communications engineering, while MBA programs focus on transportation and supply chain management. The MSc programs focus on systems engineering and integration, systems and analytics, policy and economics. 

Railways to launch 7 new MBA, MSc, BTech programs

Indian Railways Learning Program:  National Rail and Transportation Institute (NRTI), Vadodara has launched seven new graduate and post graduate programs – two BTech, two MBA and three MSc programs in the core applied sector. According to the official statement, these programs are highly inter-disciplinary and application-oriented by any other institution in India and are unique in their own right. Two BTech programs focus on rail infrastructure, rail systems and communications engineering, while MBA programs focus on transportation and supply chain management. The MSc programs focus on systems engineering and integration, systems and analytics, policy and economics.

The MSc program on Systems Engineering and Integration will be offered in conjunction with the University of Birmingham, UK, the statement said, which is highly promising as it will also increase international exposure for students. Speaking at the launch of the new board, Railway Board President and CEO VK Yadav said, “NRTI has adopted an interdisciplinary approach to research of transportation systems – bringing together academics, scientists and engineers from various backgrounds and benefiting Planning to lift ”

The chairman further said, “This step intends to develop a core value for dedication to nation-building, commitment to innovation and academic excellence, compassion to people and society and responsibility towards the environment. Will provide project-based education. ” He added, “This will serve as an experiment for the development of students as well as the entire faculty development initiative, creating a different character for the university through an application-based learning approach.”