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India: NIELIT Kohima opens IoT and 3D printing lab in Nagaland

The National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (NIELIT) in Kohima, India, has opened a new laboratory for the Internet of Things (IoT) and 3D printing. The goal is to introduce students to modern technologies and increase their competitiveness.

According to the Nagaland Ministry of Information, the lab was formally inaugurated by the government’s IT advisor, Sethrongkyu, on July 28. The inauguration took place during a welcome party for the new bachelor students at the NIELIT Kohima campus.

The students’ creativity could be marveled at during a presentation of various IoT applications. The projects included smart parking, smart lighting, home automation and more. 3D printing capabilities were also demonstrated.

According to Sethrongkyu, such hands-on learning experiences are critical to educating future experts and advancing Nagaland’s technology landscape. He praised the students’ technical skills and creativity.

The government advisor also positively highlighted the state-of-the-art IT and electronics infrastructure at NIELIT Kohima. Further, he emphasized the importance of quality technical education and pledged further support for this sector.

With the new IoT and 3D printing lab, NIELIT Kohima is strengthening its research capabilities and training capacities. Students will thus have access to future technologies and hands-on learning. The facility is expected to contribute to the further development of Nagaland as an IT location.

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