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It is a moment of pride and happiness for all of us that IMC of ITI Mayur Vihar, Delhi has launched a website to equip its trainees and trainers with latest information & technology. In the present scenario of globalization & competition, it is very essential for a nation to equip its citizens with modern technology and latest information so that their services could be utilized whenever required. IMC Mayur vihar has not only taken initiative in that direction but also has started implementing them in a phased manner to strengthen the existing skilled work force. Such types of measures are not only helpful for moving the skilled workforce towards entrepreneurship but also motivate individual for thinking differently to make a difference. Since, I have joined the Institute, my endeavour has been to encourage students towards innovative ideas through innovative projects.

One of our most successful and innovative project which IMC launched recently was assembling of Led bulbs. In this project, IMC introduced Led technology for its trainees and trainers. Under this pilot project, trainees were made to learn how to assemble the various parts of a bulb to make a Led bulb. Trainees are also being trained how to procure raw material, how to check quality of raw material and assembled bulbs and how to do marketing. After successful implementation of led bulb project, IMC has also launched pilot project of assembling of led tube lights.

IMC is also going to introduce similar projects in future to motivate students towards entrepreneurship. In our website, IMC has included various innovative ideas and innovative products which will encourage trainees to think some new and innovative ideas to promote MAKE IN INDIA‘.

The mission of IMC is to take the ITI to the next level. To succeed in mission, IMC will continue its efforts by introducing latest technology and innovative ideas through its various initiatives for all round development of trainees and trainers.

Welcome to Dr. H.J. Bhabha ITI Khichripur, Mayur Vihar

Full credit for the establishment of India's nuclear research program, and its nuclear weapons program, must be given to Dr. Homi Jehangir Bhabha, a man who throughout his life dominated both the scientific and policy spheres of India's nuclear affairs, first bringing the Indian nuclear program to life and then setting its priorities and direction.

Bhabha was born in 1909, in 1927, at age 18, Bhabha sailed to England to study engineering at Cambridge. He soon decided that his true interest was in nuclear physics, a field then flowering with Cambridge as one of its centers. Bhabha received a Ph.D. in physics from Cambridge University in 1935, studying the physics of cosmic rays. While in Europe he met many of the greatest physicists of the day, who would later play major roles in the US-UK wartime atomic weapon programs -- among them Niels Bohr, James Franck, and Enrico Fermi.

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