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Erasmus+ CBHE project on capacity enhancement in electrical equipment condition monitoring and fault diagnostics kicks off

The goal of the project is to bring innovation in higher education teaching and learning methods to fill the expertise gap and enhance its relevance for the labour market and the society
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The participating universities are Aalto University, Kathmandu University and Tribhuvan University from Nepal, Royal University of Bhutan, and Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia.

Kick-off meeting and workshops of newly funded Erasmus+ project CEEECoM were held at Aalto University on 13-15 February 2023. The project consortium is led by Aalto University and members include Kathmandu University and Tribhuvan University from Nepal, Royal University of Bhutan, and Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia. The project duration is three years (January 2023 - December 2025).

The CEEECoM project aims to address the problems related to the expert workforce in the field of diagnosis, monitoring, and maintenance of the power systems and related components in the partner countries Nepal and Bhutan. The goal of the project is to bring innovation in higher education teaching and learning methods to fill the expertise gap and enhance its relevance for the labour market and the society. The project will help Nepal and Bhutan to produce in-house human resources in the field of condition monitoring of power equipment making both countries independent of external consultants. 

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