Technical education forms the backbone of development of any nation. The journey of cooperation between Industry and Institute has taken different forms at different times. Historically it started with simple interaction and gradually evolved to very close partnership overtime. India has one of the largest technical manpower in the world. But compared to its population, it is not significant and there is a tremendous scope of improvement in this area. Bridging the skill gap is the need of the day and decides the national development and economic growth.
- MoUs signed with different industries to conduct collaborative programs.
- Industrial visits are arranged at department level.
- Seminars are being conducted by inviting experts from reputed industry and institutes.
- Workshops are being conducted in collaboration with industry for both faculty and Staff.
- Patents filing.
- R & D activities.
- Internship in Indian Companies.
- More placement opportunities in MNCs by Integration of industrial trainings and other inputs from industry with teaching-learning process. The interaction develops student’s awareness on job functions in the industries, attitude to adapt industrial environment, proper practical and relevant knowledge, skills and competencies etc.
- Sharing resource through regular discussions and exchange of views on the matter related to the preparedness of skilled manpower for the workforce in different disciplines of engineering to facilitate collaborative funded projects.
- Making available Institute infrastructure facilities to the industries (National/International) and vice versa for Joint R & D activities and patent filing to make Centre of Excellence (CoE) in different Field of engineering.
- More consultancy work with reputed companies and forecasting the technical manpower requirement for industries.
- Training and knowledge update through faculty exchange.
- Involvement of industrial