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Siddhivinayak Technical Campus

'Siddhivinayak Technical Campus, School of Engineering & Research Technology and School of Polytechnic & Research Technology (STC) at Shegaon, (Buldhana District) in Maharashtra, India is an Engineering college in the Vidarbha region. STC is a private engineering institute run by "Vasundhara Bahuddeshiya Samajik Sanstha" granting Diploma & Bachelors Degree in Engineering (Diploma & BE) with specialization in Electrical Engineering (Electronics & Power), Electronics & Telecommunications Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering and Civil Engineering. It is affiliated to Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, at Amravati. The entire campus of the college is wi-fi enabled.

1. IIT Bombay Remote Centre :

Siddhivinayak Technical Campus is authorized remote centre of Indian Institute of Technology Bombay(IITB).

List of Conducted Workshops under this scheme:

• Aakash For Education - For Teachers(10 Nov - 11 Nov 2012)

• Research Methods In Educational Technology - For Teachers(02 Feb - 09 Jan 2013)

• Aakash Android Application Programming - Students - Opencourseware (23 Feb - 03 Mar 2013)

2. Aakash Tablet Research Center :

Siddhivinayak Technical Campus is authorized Aakash Tablet Research center under Indian Institute of Technology Bombay(IITB). With Remote Centre Code 1245 Aakash project is primarily an R&D project.

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