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Industry Institute partnership cell (IIPC)

IIPC’s objective

IIPC (Industry Institute partnership cell) of KVCET was constituted by the Institution to develop a meaningful and continuous Industry-Institution partnership for achieving tangible graduate attributes in our students. Faculty members from different disciplines, senior executives from various sectors of industry, and student coordinators energise IIPC.

IIPC’s mission statement

1. To help college, students, faculty and industry to see the same picture with regard to the graduate’s employability.
2. To train the students with qualities and skills from the perspective of industry.
3.To develop strategies that could effectively bridge the gaps in employability.

Motto of IIPC

“The bridge that connects today with tomorrow”

IIPC efforts

Every Saturday IIPC invited a senior executive from sectors like IT, pharma, manufacturing, communication, biotechnology, banking, biomedical engineering, construction, automobile and electrical industry for interacting informally with students and faculty. These interactions helped lateral thinking at both sides.

A few inputs from IIPC’s advisory committee members are byte-sized below:  

“Integrate the talents of team to achieve goal” – Ms Hema, Sr HR, Bank of America, Chennai.

“Be willing to learn new skills” – Mr. Chendur Raja, GM, Ramco Systems, Chennai.

“ Biomedical Engineering has a vast potential in India and abroad” Mr. Pinto, GM, Biomedical Cables Ltd, Chennai.

“ A good skill in one programming language is better than shallow skill in many” – Ms.Ophilia, Director HR, Revature India, Chennai.

“AICTE’s charter of graduate attributes is a game changer, and so every graduating student must develop it” – Dr.Palival, Former Member Secretary, AICTE, NAAC.

“Basic skills with common tools are equally important for engineers” – Mr. Shanmugam, GM, TI India, Murugappa Group.

“ There is a wide scope for world class research in communication engineering”, -Dr.Murugayan, Sr. Scientist, SAMEER, Chennai.

“Research should be connected to society’s welfare” -Prof. Muralidharan, Dept of Biochemistry, Delhi University.

“ Problem solving capacity and communication skills of graduates outweigh academic grades” – Mr. Gokul Krishnan, Sr.VP, Standard Chartered bank, Chennai.

“ A I will create more jobs, will not take away jobs” – Mr. Magesh Mahadevan, Director & Co-founder, Purple Slates Ltd, Tharamani, Chennai.


                     Dr. Francis Nicholas Ashok

                     Prof & Head, Department of Chemistry

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