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Industry Institute Interaction (III): The Key to Bridging the Gap Between Industry and Education

Intro: In today's rapidly changing technological landscape, it's crucial for educational institutions to keep up with the latest trends and developments in the industry. The Industry Institute Interaction (III) program has become increasingly popular in recent years as a way to facilitate collaboration between industry and academia. At Vel Tech High Tech Dr.Rangarajan Dr.Sakunthala Engineering College, we recognize the importance of this program and have implemented it across our engineering and technology and MBA programs. In this article, we'll explore the concept of III and its importance, as well as how it can benefit both industry and academia.

The Importance of Industry Institute Interaction (III):

  1. Bridging the gap between theory and practice: One of the most significant advantages of III is that it helps bridge the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical application. By collaborating with industry professionals, students can get a first-hand understanding of how concepts they learn in the classroom can be applied in real-world settings.

  2. Industry relevance: III helps ensure that academic programs remain relevant to the needs of the industry. By working closely with industry professionals, academic institutions can identify the skills and knowledge that are in high demand and tailor their programs to meet those needs.

  3. Research collaborations: III also provides an opportunity for academia and industry to collaborate on research projects, which can result in new discoveries and innovations. By working together, they can leverage each other's strengths and expertise to tackle complex problems.

Benefits of III for Industry:

  1. Access to talent: By participating in III programs, industry professionals have access to a pool of talented and motivated students who can bring fresh perspectives and ideas to their organizations.

  2. Recruitment: III programs can also serve as a recruiting tool for companies looking to hire graduates with specific skill sets. By working with academic institutions, they can identify and recruit the best candidates for their organizations.

  3. Innovation: III programs can help spur innovation by bringing together academia and industry to work on research projects that can lead to new discoveries and inventions.

Benefits of III for Academia:

  1. Industry-relevant curriculum: By working with industry professionals, academic institutions can ensure that their curriculum remains relevant to the needs of the industry, which can help enhance the employability of their graduates.

  2. Research collaborations: III programs can provide opportunities for faculty members to collaborate on research projects with industry professionals, which can help them stay current on the latest developments in their fields.

  3. Professional development: III programs can also provide opportunities for faculty members to participate in workshops and seminars conducted by industry professionals, which can help them stay abreast of the latest trends and developments in their fields.

Conclusion: Industry Institute Interaction (III) programs play a critical role in bridging the gap between industry and education. By collaborating with industry professionals, academic institutions can ensure that their curriculum remains relevant to the needs of the industry, while industry professionals can access a pool of talented and motivated students. Furthermore, research collaborations between academia and industry can result in new discoveries and innovations that can benefit society as a whole. At Vel Tech High Tech Dr.Rangarajan Dr.Sakunthala Engineering College, we are committed to providing our students with opportunities to engage with industry professionals and experts through our III programs.

  • ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
  • INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
  • COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
  • ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND DATA SCIENCE
  • BIOTECHNOLOGY
  • CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
  • CIVIL ENGINEERING
  • MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

    S.No

    Expert Name & Designation

    Name of the Industry

    Interaction Type

    Date of Visit

    Topic Delivered

    No of Students benefitted

    1

    Mr.V.Praveen Antony

    Kyungshin Industrial Motherson Company,

    Sriperumbudur.

    Alumni Interaction

    06.03.2023

    Trends in Automotive Manufacturing

    94

    2

    Mr.Sri Gokul P

    Hinduja Group, Chennai

    Alumni Interaction

    13.04.2023

    Automotive Product Design Using Catia V5

    94

    3

    Mr.R.Thiruvasan

    Process Engineer

    IT (Testing) -Scientific Games, Chennai

    Alumni Interaction

    26.04.2022

    What to do next?

    96

    4

    Mr. Karthik

    Quality Assurance Engineer,

    IT (Testing) -Scientific Games, Chennai

     

    Alumni Interaction

    15.05.2022

    How to get into a IT job

    101

    5

    Mr. Deepan Balaji

    Automation Engineer

    ASA India, Chennai.

    Alumni Interaction

    15.05.2022

    Studying Ms In Abroad

    101

    6

    Mr. RAHUL. M 

    Quality Engineer

    Amphenol Interconnect India Private ltd.

    Alumni Interaction

    01.11.2022

    Role of Quality in Mechanical Engineering

    101

    7

    Mr. Kasiraja Thangapandian, Secretary, SAEINDIA Southern Section, Guindy, Chennai –600032. Global Senior Manager.

    DevOps, Visteon, Chennai, 600063.

    Guest lecture

    15-10-2022

    Recent Trends in Automobile

    120

     

    8

    Mr.K. Venkataramani, Scientist-SF (Retd.), Head.

    LDF & PPO/MSA ISRO, DOS, SDSC SHAR Sriharikota - 524124

     Nellore District, Andhra Pradesh

    Guest lecture

    28-02-2022

    Small Satellite Launch Vehicle and Human Space Flight (Gaganyaan

    115

    9

    Mr. D. Raja Meenakshi Sundaram., DGM - Operations

    Grupo Antolin India Pvt

    Guest lecture

    29-12-2021

    MNC Expectations from Engineers

    115

    10

    Shri Ram Kumar Maity, Scientific Officer-F, Thermal Hydraulics Section,

    IGCAR – Kalpakkam,Tamil Nadu, India.

    Guest lecture

    17-01-2022

    Thermal Hydraulics of Fast Reactors

    115

    11

    Mr. S. Seenuvas, Assistant Manager , R&D

    Electrical vehicle

    Sona comstar Pvt Ltd

    Guest lecture

    28-05-2022

    Benifits of CAE in Research & Development

    101

    12

    Mr. Balamurugan Rathinam, Manager – Combustion and thermo hydraulics,

    Renault Nissan Technology &Business Centre India Ascendas IT Park, Mahindra World City

    Guest lecture

    02-06-2022

    Recent trends and future of IC engines

    52

    13

    Mr. Ajitha Prabu G, Director

    Kriatec Services (P) Limited,

    S1,New No.12 (Old 46) Lake View Street, Adambakkam

    Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600088.

    Seminar

    24.03.2023

    Future-Proofing Your Career: Sharpening Your Employability Skill sets for Success in Core Industries

    94

    14

    Mr. Balaji V, Design & Development Team

    CADD INDIA R&D, #25/26 (Near Uma Complex) Kellys Signal, Medavakkam Tank Rd, Kellys, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600010.

    Seminar

    13-12-2021

    Applications of Product Design and Development

    52

    15

    Mr. Balaji V, Design & Development Team

    CADD INDIA R&D, #25/26 (Near Uma Complex) Kellys Signal, Medavakkam Tank Rd, Kellys, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600010.

    Seminar

    22-12-2021

    Skill Development in Modelling and Kinematics

     

    101

    16

    Mr.T A B. Barathy Chairman -

    IIMM Chennai.

    Value Added Course

    18.10.2021

    Managing Supply

     

    100

    17

    Mr.T N Srinivasan

    DGM – Materials (Retd)

    Distinguished Member – IIMM.

    Delphi TVS Diesel Systems Ltd

    Value Added Course

    19.10.2021

    Resources Planning

    98

    18

    Mr. N. Swayambhu Ex- Chairman-

    IIMM Chennai

    Value Added Course

    20.10.2021

    Vendor Management

    85

    19

    Mr.T A B. Barathy Chairman -

    IIMM Chennai.

    Value Added Course

    21.10.2021

    Quality Management Systems (QMS)

    100

    20

    Mr. Subir Kumar Mohanty Vice Chairman - General Manager – Projects and Procurement.

    IIMM Chennai

    Value Added Course

    22.10.2021

    Procurement

    86

    21

    Mr. M. Murugesan Materials Management

    ONGC Ltd, Chennai.

    Value Added Course

    23.10.2021

    Legal Aspects in Procurement

    98

    22

    Mr. J Krishnan Board of Advisor

    Air Cargo Agents Association of India (ACAAI).

    Value Added Course

    25.10.2021

    Managing Imports

     

    97

    23

    Mr.Aravind Viswanathan

    Senior Deputy General Manager-Materials

    IIMM Chennai.

    Value Added Course

    26.10.2021

    Latest Developments in Procurement

    95

    24

    Mr. N. Govindaraj Chairman-Subcommittee

    IIMM Chennai.

    Value Added Course

    27.10.2021

    Managing Stores

    97

    25

    Mr. R. Seshadri Secretary and Director

     

    Quick2Shelf Food Solutions Private Limited,Chennai.

    Value Added Course

    28.10.2021

    Managing Distribution

    98

    26

    Mr. Ranjith Kumar M. Managing Partner

    i3 CADD, Avadi  – Chennai - 54

    Workshop

    27-10-2022

    Assembling of Clutch through Creo 5.0

    45

     

    27

    Mr. Moorthi. R & Mr. Logesh Babu. B, Manager

    CADD School Private Limited, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

    Workshop

    15-03-2023

    Design Training Program using CATIA software

    45

    28

    Dr. Balakrishnan Gopal, Engineering Manager

    Caterpillar India Engineering Solutions Private Limited, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

    Workshop

    25 -03-2023

    Problem solving in Finite Element Analysis

    49

    29

    Mr. Ranjith Kumar M. Managing Partner

    i3 CADD, Avadi  – Chennai - 54

    Workshop

    07-10-2021  &  08-10-2021

    Assembling of Clutch through Creo 5.0

    101

    30

    Mr. Ranjith Kumar M. Managing Partner

    i3 CADD, Avadi  – Chennai - 54

    Workshop

    13-12-2021 & 14-12-2021

    Enhanced Technologies Used  in IC Engine

    52

    31

    Dr. M.Piramanandhan, Leading Mechanical R&D Team

     

    ESAB – Engg. Services Division (Global R&D Center), ESAB India Ltd,G-22,SIPCOT Industrial Park, Irunkattukottai, Sriperumpudur, Chennai-602 117

    Workshop

    22.04.2022 & 23.04.2022

    Introduction to Finite Element Analysis for heat transfer Simulation

    101

    32

    Mr. Ranjith Kumar M, Managing Partner

    i3 CADD, Avadi  – Chennai – 54. 

    Workshop

    12-05-2022

    Design of single cylinder engine using Pro -E/Creo

    120

    33

    Mr. Ranjith Kumar M, Managing Partner

    i3 CADD, Avadi  – Chennai – 54.

    Workshop

    13-05-2022

    Turbocharger working and its design

    101

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