Published On : Tue, Jun 21st, 2016

Industry Academia Interaction organized at PIET

The Computer Science & Engineering Department of Priyadarshini Institute of Engineering & Technology recently organized the Industrial Academia Meet for getting the suggestions from Industry Representatives on “Mission, Vision, PEO’s, PO’s of the department, industry expectations from the Institute to identify gap, Live Projects and Hands-on experience opportunity in the Industry”. Chief guest from Industries Ranjit Singh, Founder & CEO, Vyako Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Nagpur, Ajay Singh, Founder & CEO, Atul Thakre, Marketing Manager MADCL, Nagpur, Vicky Kumar, Persistent, Nagpur, Jajati Sahu, Persistent, Pratyush Kumar, Infocepts, Mohammad Rampurawala, Global Logic and Senior Professors from LTJSS discuss on above topics in presence of Dr. Vivek Nanoti, Principal PIET.

Dr. Vivek M. Nanoti, Principal, PIET spoke about the goal of such meets and discussions. He pointed out the role of suggestions from Industry in imparting relevant knowledge and skills in the students. He spoke about the Students Development Program as well as Faculty Development Program in association with the Industry.

Atul Thakre, Marketing Manager MADCL, Nagpur feels industrial experience is most important and hence be in touch with IT company portals. Students should have right attitude and do their homework before applying. Students don’t focus on soft skills and overall personality. Its 80% people skills and 20% of technical skills for a successful career in later year.

Ranjit Singh Founder & CEO, Vyako Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Nagpur spoke about soft skills. Company will be ready to train bright students. Attitude is a small thing which makes a big difference. Information about latest technology and promoting students to do projects based on that. Basic knowledge about their core area needs to be enhanced.

Ajay Singh Founder & CEO, discussed the various portals to enhance the aptitude & technical skills. Projects are outsourced from USA, Australia. Students can take up such projects as a freelance. Market analysis needs to be done by students. Entrepreneurship skills guidance and knowledge about hybrid technology should be given.

Pratyush Kumar Infocepts, Nagpur discussed about reward & recognition, information to students about services industry of IT domain. Final year and third year projects should be a utility based which can be used by masses. Information about Product based projects which should be a unique idea. Analytical skills enhancement workshop should be conducted. Students should be encouraged to do multitasking and have a basket of skills.

Vicky Kumar, Persistent, Nagpur, spoke about students are made to come out of their comfort zone and then asked questions in an interview. He said CSE students should be very good in logic then they can work on any platform.

Makrand Dixit Head, T&P, LTJSS spoke about how to promote the go getters? Apart from technical knowledge and soft skills, what is the other things which is needed to be employable.

Dr. Prakash S. Prasad, Head, CSE Department discussed about the mission & Vision of the department, purpose of the meeting and his expectations from the Industry to guide the value addition process in the department.

Dr. S. R. Mote, III In-charge spoke about the ongoing Industry Institute interactions and how the college is taking up the value addition process by various MOU’s or activities with the industry.
Prof. Namrata S. Khade compered the program and Richa Singh, Sr. Associate Industrial Relations Cell, LTJSS gave the vote of thanks.

Dr. Sumita N. Rao, Dean Academics, Dr. Rakesh L. Himte, Dean Students Council, Prof. Rahul M. Pethe, T&P Officer, Prof. A. S. Sambhare, Head CT, Prof. P. M. Chaudhary, Head, IT, Prof. Leena H. Patil, Asst. Professor, CSE Deptt, Prof. Shrikant D. Zade ,Asst. Professor, CSE deptt was present on that occassion.
The event was successful with the team efforts of departmental faculty members Mr. P. H. Govardhan, M. K. Avazekar, A. T. Paul. Management of Lokmanya Shikshan Sanstha extended support for the programme and best wishes for future endeavors.