Industry Institution Partnership Cell

Industry Institution Partnership Cell (IIPC) is responsible in building institute-industry collaboration for mutual benefit.

Committee Members

 

S.No

Name of the staff/Student

Designation

Department

Position Held

1

Mr V RAJASEKHARA NAIDU

Assistant Professor

H & S

Coordinator 1

2

Mrs P. RAMYA

Assistant Professor

ECE

Coordinator 2

3

Mr. MAHESH

Assistant Professor

CIVIL

Member

4

Mr.G.Sasank Rahul

Assistant Professor

EEE

Member

5

Mrs N MANISHA

Assistant Professor

ECE

Member

6

Mrs TARA KUMARI

Assistant Professor

CSE

Member

7

Mr SRAVAN KUMAR

Assistant Professor

MECH

Member

IIPC Student Committee Members

S.No

Department

Name of the student

Phone Number

1

CIVIL

  1. Dinesha
  2. Muneer Khan

9399941117

9182126378

2

EEE

  1. G.Kumar
  2. Manan Patel

8074253866

9133064621

3

ECE

  1. Anusha
  2. Rishika

8106975667

8340908795

4

CSE

  1. Sai Alekya
  2. Darmiksh

8340945925

9666013400

5

MECH

  1. Lakhan
  2. Abin

 

7675860855

7386667211

Objectives of IIP Cell

The objective of the IIP Cell is to reduce the gap between industry expectations (practice) and academic offerings (theory) by direct involvement of industry to attain a symbiosis. Indian industry at present has reached the most crucial turning point where it has to face the dynamic demands of the competitive domestic and global markets through the provisions of high quality products and services. To survive and succeed in this new scenario, the input that is most essential is the human resource. As technologies change rapidly, retraining and updating of the work force continuously are becoming major challenges facing every country today. Industries and Technical Institution have a strong mutuality of interest which forms the basis for having IIP-cells.

The institutes set up an industry-institute Partnership Cell with the following objectives:

  1. Developing close links between Industry-Institute by interaction programs. High priority is given to activities-designed to bring about improvement in the performance of industries.
  2. Mobilizing industrial personnel- A partnership approach
  3. Identifying the present day requirements for professionals and meeting the future human resource needs.
  4. Disseminating technical advances through informal educational techniques.
  5. Training the shop floor personnel's through continuing education program.
  6. Publishing and issuing technical bulletins news letter and course material with latest technological developments.
  7. Organizing seminars, symposium, exhibitions and workshops.
  8. Collaborating with other societies (National and International) having similar objectives.
  9. Widening and effectively implementing the area of R&D and consultancy

Functions of the cell:

S.No

Function No

Function

PO MAPPING

 

1

 

F1

To conduct Industrial Training, Industrial Visits industrial exhibitions for the students and faculty to highlight research facilities and expertise available with the Institute.

PO2, PO3, PO4, PO5

2

F2

Organizing seminars, symposiums, exhibitions and workshops on latest technological advancements, evaluation of project work with the collaborative

efforts between industrial experts and institute departments Industrial Visit

PO4, PO5, PO9, PO10

3

F3

Motivate the Students to take Internship Program to gain real time industrial knowledge

PO1, PO5, PO12

4

F4

To give industrial exposure to Faculty members and students, thus enabling them to tune their knowledge to cope with the industrial culture

PO6, PO12

5

F5

To coordinate/ identify industrial partners for proposing ‘Centre for Excellence’.

PO6, PO9

6

F6

To take Memorandum of Understanding between the institute and industries to bring the two  sides emotionally and strategically closer

PO9, PO12

STUDENTS INDUSTRIAL VISITS & TRAINING

 

Department

S.No

Name of the Industry

 Date & Month of Visit

Students

Subjects Related to Visit

Expected Outcome of the Visit

ECE

1

BSNL

23rd Aug 2018

IV – B B.Tech

CMC

Students will get Practical exposure to operation of mobile phones and its communication

2

BSNL

27th Aug 2018

IV - A B.Tech

CMC

Students will get Practical exposure to operation of mobile phones and its communication

EEE

1

SUB STATION

28th July 2018

II B.Tech

CS

Students will get practical exposure to transformers designing & power generation

2

SUB STATION

4th Aug 2018

IV B.Tech

CS

Students gained practical knowledge about 230KV SS,110KV SS and 33/11KV Substation layout and instruments

3

SUB STATION

11TH Aug 2018

III B.Tech

CS

Students will get practical exposure to transformers designing & power generation

4

TRACTION

6th Sept 2018

IV B.Tech

Traction control

Traction Control systems optimise grip and stability of the car on the road during acceleration by measuring wheel rotation. 

5

MANUFACTURING COMPANY

17th Sept 2018

III B.Tech

Manufacturing Process

How manufacturing capabilities contribute to a company’s overall strategic strength. 

6

MANUFACTURING COMPANY

29th Sept 2018

II B.Tech

Manufacturing Process

How manufacturing capabilities contribute to a company’s overall strategic strength. 

CSE

1

DOORDHARSHAN KENDRA

24th Aug 2018

III – B.Tech

Satelite Communication

Students will get Practical knowledge in Satelite Communication and its working

CE

1

Construction Site

 

8th Sept 2018

 

III – B.Tech

 

RCSDD

 

Students can learn detailed knowledge about RCC construction

2

RMC PLANT

12th Oct 2018

III – B.Tech

CT

Students can learn detailed knowledge about concrete

 

 

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