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Industry Institute Partnership Cell

Teachers open the doors, but you must

enter by yourself

IIPC – A Mission for Better Engineering

Action is the foundational key to all success.“-Pablo Picasso
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

service_right_icon2   To arrange Industrial Training for students and identify student project work in Industries. To encourage Industry to collaborate in Industry Study Tour Programmes (ISTP) and placement of students in Industries.

service_right_icon2   To interact with R&D Organizations for conducting joint research work involving faculty/scientists and students/research scholars etc.

service_right_icon2   Faculty exchanges – getting professionals from industry as visiting faculty or Adjunct professors for short or long periods and deputation of faculty to industry to gain industrial experience and/orwork on projects in industry.

service_right_icon2   Curriculum development- associating experts from industry in curriculum planning and review.

service_right_icon2   Personality development workshop for students relating with soft skills (communication skills / personality development).

service_right_icon2   Guest lectures by eminent personalities, academics, leading industrialists at regular intervals to update the students knowledge.

service_right_icon2   To arrange technical festivals/open houses/student design competitions.

service_right_icon2   Continuing Education Programmes:
Providing infrastructure to meet the training needs of the industry, like improving communication skills, job analysis, inventory & financial controls, efficient management skills and on up gradation of technical knowledge on current topics.

service_right_icon2   To update the knowledge base (qualification) of professionals in different emerging sectors (Biotechnology, Nanotechnology etc.)

service_right_icon2   To arrange short-term programmes: Duration of 5 to 7 days for the benefit of Professionals in various technical disciplines.

service_right_icon2   In house training programme at the request of industries at their location.

service_right_icon2   Promotion of Income Generating activities namely: Testing, Calibration, Consultancy and R & D (for achieving self sustenance of the Cell with in 3 – 5 years) typically for

a)  Creating facilities for Design, development and improvement of existing practices/processes/concepts.

b)  Up gradation & modernization of workshop facilities.

c)  Preparation of operators manuals, Audio and visual cassettes and assistance in implementation of BIS & ISO standards through conducting various audit analysis.

d)  Finding solutions of various problems faced by the industry during production and operation of the industrial units.

e)   Conducting market surveys and feasibility reports through projects assigned to the students and providing them to the industry for their benefit.

The achievements of an organization are the results of the

combined effort of each individual.”

-Vince Lombardi

Chief Co-ordinator   : Dr.S.Vijayarangan Director (Academic)
Co-coordinator         : Dr.D.Shanmugam, Associate professor, Automobile.

Department Name Co-ordinator Name
B.E. Automobile Engineering Dr.D.Shanmugam Associate Professor
B.E. Computer Science Engineering Mr.T.Kanagasabapathy Assistant Professor
B.E. Electronics and Communication Engineering Mr.K.Ajikumar Assistant Professor(SS)
B.E Electrical and Electronics Engineering Ms.L.Chitra Assistant Professor (SS)
B.E. Instrumentation and Control Engineering Mr.P.E.Kamalakkannan Assistant Professor(SS)
B.E. Automobile Engineering Mr.K.Yokeswaran Assistant Professor
B.Tech Information Technology Mr.E.Prabhakar Assistant Professor
Master of Computer Applications Mr.R.Muthusamy Assistant Professor(SS)

Great minds discuss ideas, average minds discuss events, small

minds discuss people.”

-Hyman Rickover

Advisory Board Members

1.Chairman
Prof. C. Ramasamy,
Secretary, Dr.MCET.

2.Chief Co ordinator of IIP Cell / Convener, Advisory Board
Dr. S. Vijayarangan,

Chief Co-ordinator, IIPC, /Director(Academic) Dr.MCET

3. Head of the institrution
Dr. M. Ramakrishnan, B.E., M.E, Ph.D.,
Principal ,Dr.Mcet

4. Dean (Research & Planning)
Dr. V. V. Sreenarayanan,
Dean (Research), Dr.MCET.

5. HoD & One faculty Member
Dr. R. Sudhakar,
Head of the Department,
Department of ECE, Dr.MCET.

Mr. D. Shanmugam,
Assistant Professor (SG),
Dept. of Mechanical Engg,
Dr.MCET.

6. Representatives of Industries Department
Mr. Kovai Selvan,
Senior Vice President,
TVS Motor Company,
Hosur.

Mr. Ponnusamy,
DGM – HR,
Chettinad Cements Corporation,
Rani Meyyammai Nagar,
Karikkali PO,
Guziliamparai Via,
Dindigul District – 624 703.

Mr. S. John Jeyakumar,
AGM, Electrical & Instrumentation,
Chettinad Cements Corporation,
Rani Meyyammai Nagar,
Karikkali PO,
Guziliamparai Via,
Dindigul District – 624 703.

Mr. E. P.Vimalanathan,
Deputy Manager -(E&I)
Sakthi Sugars Limited,
Sakthi Nagar,
Appakoodal – 638 315.

7. Representative from CII
Mr. D.Thulasiraj,
Deputy Director & Head,
M/s. Confederation of Indian Industry(CII),
Coimbatore-18.

8. Two members from Industry Associations
Mr. K. Viswanathan,
Hon. Treaurer,
CODISSIA, G.D.Naidu Towers,
Post Bag No.3827,
Huzur Road, Coimbatore 641 018.

9. Two representatives from reputed R&D Institutions of the Region
Dr. G. S. Palani,
Assistant Director,
Structural Engineering Research Centre,
CSIR Campus, Taramani,
Chennai – 600 113

Dr. M.Viswanathan,
Senior Deputy Director,
FCRI,
Kanjikode West, Palakkad 678 623

10. Special Invitee
Prof.A.N. Parameswaran,
Dean,Industry Institute Interaction Cell,
SRM University, SRM Nagar,
Kancheepuram District.

12. Co-ordinator of IIP Cell
Mr. N. Muthukumaran,
Assistant Professor,
Department of Civil Engineering, Dr.MCET

11.Invited Members
Dr.R.Palanisamy
Dean(Civil Engineering and Infrastructure Management),Dr.MCET.

Dr.A.Rathinavelu,
Vice Principal & Head – CSE,
Dr.MCET.

Success is not measured in achievement of goals, but in the

stress and strain of meeting those goals.”

Spencer W. Kimball

Industrial Visit

Minimum one IV / Class / Semester

Inplant Training

Minimum seven days / Student / Course

Industrial Project

Minimum two batches / Class / Year

Industrial Visit / Training ( Faculty members )

Minimum two faculty / Department/ Semester

Consultancy Activities(Industry Projects / Training)

Minimum Rs.20000 / year / Department

The future is something which everyone reaches at the rate

of 60 minutes an hour, whatever he does,

whoever he is.”

C. S. Lewis

MOU Signed between Dr.MCET and Yokogawa India Limited, Bangalore on 19.08.2009 for the purpose of conducting course on”PLC and DCS training” to the students of ECE, EEE, ICE – Photos.

IIPC First Advisory Board Members Meeting was conducted on 16.09.2009 at 11.00AM at Principal Conference Hall, Dr.MCET. Chaired by Prof.C.Ramaswamy Chairman /Advisory Board – Circular- Minutes of the Meeting.

IIPC Second Advisory Board Members Meeting was conducted on 31.07.2010 at 11.00AM at Principal Conference Hall, Dr.MCET. Chaired by Prof.C.Ramaswamy Chairman /Advisory Board – Minutes of the Meeting-photo

IIPC Fourth Advisory Board Members Meeting was conducted on 10.08.2012 at 10.30AM at MCA Seminar Hall (B-Block).