Industry Institute interaction
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Technical Education forms the backbone of development of a nation.
Industry is the major consumer of technical institution product.
The real requirement of industry will be explored only through effective interaction with them.
Interaction between the industry and institute is now widely recognized.
The industry is poised to face Global competion. unemployment & underemployment.
A good & vibrant Industry institute Interaction is always required by both sides
Bridging the gap between Industry and Institute.
Promotion and co-ordination of consultancy services.
Use of resources from industries and the institute for benefit of industries, students and society.
Making available Institute infrastructural facilities to the industries and vice versa.
Creation of Industries Institute Expertise Database.
Forecasting the technical manpower requirement for Industry.
Training and the knowledge update through faculty exchange.
Joint R&D activities
Enhancement in use of testing facilities for industries.
Short term courses for manpower development
for industries and curriculum update.
CAUSES OF POOR INTERACTION
Lack of interest from both sides.
Curriculum is not planned as per as the job profile
Education imparted is not job oriented.
Examination system puts emphasis on the reproduction of memorized facts.
Insufficient teaching time and learning time because of late admissions and more number of holidays.
Obsolete lab facilities do not attract industry to interact with the institute.
Institute to Industry
I. Student visit to the Industry as a part of their course:-
II. Industrial tour of students:- This gives them good organizational experiences.
III. Practical Training / Student internship:-This gives students good industrial exposures.
IV. Student Project in Industry:- Some students may be encouraged to undertake their final year project in industry partly or fully with a joint supervisor.
V. Teacher Deputation to Industry: - Teacher should spend the two months of vacation in the Industry. Teacher must work on a specific project at industry and submit a report to institute on return and deliver a seminar talk.
SUGGESTIONS FOR BETTER COOPERATON
Academic and administrative autonomy may be granted to institute.
Institute should be provided with adequate transport facility, infrastructural and secretariat support for carrying out these activities.
Industrial training for students should be made compulsory for about one month in a year as a part of the curriculum and it should also be credited.
Sufficient funds for taking up industrial projects should be provided to institutions.