PTC Students Engage in a Knowledge-Packed Company Visit at TELESUR

PTC Students Engage in a Knowledge-Packed Company Visit at TELESUR on 24th Nov 2023

Education and industry collaboration took center stage as TELESUR extended a warm invitation to PTC’s ICT and Electro students (Paramaribo and Nickerie) for an enriching company visit. Spearheaded by the diligent efforts of Jai Udit (PTC lecturer), alongside Mr. Sunil Mohan (Telesur) and the dedicated Telesur crew, this visit was more than just a tour—it was a bridge between academic learning and real-world application.

The visit unfolded as an invaluable opportunity for students to delve into the intricate workings of networks, infrastructure, and telecommunication at TELESUR. It wasn’t merely a walkthrough; it was an immersive experience designed to acquaint students with both the present landscape and the future prospects in the field.

One of the primary objectives was to offer students a close-up understanding of the work environment, encouraging them to align their aspirations with the demands of the industry. The tour proved to be a comprehensive package—

Where they learn about Telesur Trasport Network, FTTx Network, Mobile Network, Network Intelligence stats, installation part and Visit Central: DC Power Installation, RPS, Datacore, MSAN, Data center.

Program Manager ICT, Ms. Priyanka Kumari, shed light on PTC’s pioneering programs in Data Science, AI, and Robotics. She emphasized the need for a symbiotic relationship between academia and industry, urging the latter to pave the way for students within the country’s landscape. Her call to action resonated with the notion of creating spaces for budding talents to contribute meaningfully, especially in areas like future prediction and data analysis—areas of paramount importance in today’s digital age.

Expressing gratitude towards TELESUR, Ms. Priyanka extended appreciation for their generous gesture in supporting students’ learning endeavors. The collaboration between TELESUR and PTC has proven to be fruitful, with numerous PTC alumni finding themselves contributing actively within TELESUR, a testament to the success of such partnerships.

As Ms. Priyanka rightfully mentioned, regular engagement with local companies should become a staple in PTC’s activities. These interactions create a synergy where students gain practical insights, and companies benefit from fresh perspectives and enthusiastic talent.

In conclusion, the TELESUR visit stands as a beacon of collaborative success—an endeavor where education met industry, where aspirations met possibilities, and where students took a step closer to realizing their professional dreams.