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Industrial Visit – BN Precast – 20th February, 2015 – Corporate Resource Cell

The Corporate Resource Cell organized an Industrial Visit to BN Precast Limited on 20th February, 2015 for the students pursuing B.Tech Civil Engineering, Semester IV from Rai University. The visit focused students to learn the intricacies of the construction industry and get a live purview into the live demonstration of work of a Civil Engineering Graduate. Students were guided around the premises by Mr. Parth on behalf of the organization.
BN Precast Pvt. Ltd. has been conceived to usher in a new way of industrialized construction that provides precast elements for extremely durable, affordable, adaptable, livable and environmentally sustainable buildings that have high consistent quality and ensure high efficiency fast construction. Walltec Concrete Hollow core Walls are the first phase of their plans and will provide a very efficient and economical way of building partition walls that surpasses current alternatives. Their European made production line for lightweight precast hollow core walls has a proven track-record over the last 20 years.
The main objective behind this visit was to give the extra subject knowledge by making them visit different sites where different types of latest technologies are used. For students of Civil Engineering, field work is very important. Now days there are lot many new and improved technologies used in the field of civil engineering and it is very important to make the students aware about these technologies and safety precautions to be taken while using them.
All the students energetically participated in the visit and asked many questions to solve their queries. They learnt about the advantages and disadvantages of the products and how to ascertain the quality of a proper product.

Students of B.Tech Civil being briefed while attending the vicinity of B N Precast.

Students being briefed about the working of the new types of machines in the construction industry.

Group photo of students at the premises.