TNEA Councelling Code : 2377

Industry Interface

Industry-Institute Interaction Cell

About IIIC

Industry Institute Interaction Cell (IIIC) serves as a vital bridge between academia and industry. Its primary aim is to facilitate meaningful collaboration, exchange of knowledge, and mutual benefit between these two realms. Industry Institute Interaction Cell (IIIC) is formulated in the year 2016 and it plays a crucial role in enhancing the practical relevance of academic programs, fostering innovation, and preparing students for the challenges of the professional world. An Industry Interaction Cell serves as a catalyst for fostering a symbiotic relationship between academia and industry, leading to the holistic development of students, impactful research outcomes.

Roles of Industry-Institute Interaction Cell:

  • Industry-Academia Collaboration:
    The IIIC serves as a platform for fostering partnerships between the academic community and industry stakeholders. It facilitates joint research projects, consultancy services, and collaborative initiatives such as sponsored research, internships, and industry visits.

  • Internship and Industrial Visits:
    One of the primary roles of an IIIC is to facilitate internship and industrial visits for students. By establishing strong ties with industries, the cell helps students gain real-world experience through internships and visits to industry.

  • Guest Lectures and Workshops:
    The IIIC organizes guest lectures, workshops, and seminars conducted by industry experts. These sessions provide valuable insights into the latest trends, technologies, and practices in the industry, enriching the learning experience of students and faculty members.

  • Skill Development Programs:
    To bridge the gap between academic knowledge and industry requirements, the IIIC conducts skill development programs. These programs may include technical training sessions, soft skills development workshops, and certification courses to enhance the employability of students.

  • Research and Development Collaboration:
    Collaborative research projects between academia and industry are facilitated by the IIIC. These projects not only contribute to advancing knowledge but also address real-world problems faced by industries, leading to innovations and technological advancements.

  • Industry Sponsored Labs and Facilities:
    In some cases, industries may sponsor labs or facilities within the institute, providing access to state-of-the-art equipment and resources for research and experimentation. The IIIC oversees the management and utilization of these facilities for mutual benefit.

Department Coordinators

Dr. R.Rajkumar
Assistant Professor
(Selection Grade)
Civil Engineering
Mr. M. Senthilvel
Assistant Professor
(Senior Grade)
Mechanical Engineering
Mr. S. Ravikrishna
Assistant Professor
(Selection Grade)