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JIS believes that students can be made industry-ready only when there is a strong relationship between the institute and industry and this can be only achieved by building a strong Industry Institute Partnership Cell (IIPC) in every institute. Keeping this in mind JIS Group regularly organises events, seminars and conferences to promote and enhance Industry Institute Partnership. The cell identify the industrial expectation and promotes institutional preparation for meeting industrial needs by facilitating internship, sponsored R&D projects, seminars, workshops, placement and various other industrial training programs. Industry Institute Partnership Cells also helps equipping the faculty with latest practices and makes the students industry-ready by providing exposure to current industry practices, and hone their skills to adapt to changing technologies. The IIPC of JIS is also closely associated with different chambers like NASSCOM, FICCI, BCCI, CII, ICI, NHRDN, etc in order to bridge the gap between industry and academics.
To arrange industrial training for students and faculty members.
To identify the opportunities for student project work in Industries.
To encourage the department level tie-ups or MoUs with Industries for the mutual benefit.
To promote research and development activities with industry.
To promote consultancy activities, training courses for industry people.
To enrich the teaching learning process through identified industrial training / visit.
To plan for student’s industrial visit.
To invite industry experts for guest lectures, seminars and expertise sharing.
To assist the industry in the selection of suitable candidates to fill up job positions through campus interviews and provide career guidance to students.
For instance this year, Narula Institute of Technology as a part of its IIPC initiative in association with Bengal Chamber of Commerce & Industries had organised a one-of-its-kind interactive session with eminent corporate leaders. The conference named 'Next Gen Employability Conclave” focused on HR experts giving students tips on brushing up their employability skills and sharing their perspectives on job-readiness. They also shared their views with regards to the current aspects of the Indian economy from their perspective and the corporate pulse on job creation as a whole. The event was graced by industry experts in the field of HR such as Mr. Sudhanshu Roy, Head HR, Medica Superspecialty Hospital; Mr. Subrata Kumar Saha, HR Head, Times Group; Ms. Shikha Banerjee, Addl. General Manager HR at Shapoorji Pallonji & Co Ltd; Mr. Jayanta Kumar Mukherjee, Head- HR, Quaker Chemical India Ltd and Mr. Subhashish Das, Vice President - Corporate HR & Personnel at Berger Paints India Limited.
On the other hand, JIS College of Engineering had arranged for a meeting with Kalyani Municipality and Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) inside the college campus with an aim to introduce JIS College of Engineering as a Nodal Centre of Kalyani Municipality in terms of providing Technical & Managerial assistance to all surrounding local Small Medium Entrepreneurs in collaboration with SES Germany.
Guru Nanak Institute of Technology hosted the NEXTGEN Employability Conclave in association with Bengal Chamber of Commerce & Industries which catered to the students need pertaining to employment opportunities – the hiring syndrome on 27 February 2016. The programme witnessed four outstanding talks given by the industry experts. Mr. Subrata Saha, Senior Human Resource Personnel, Times Group, Mr. P.K.Sahu, Senior General Manager (HR&IR), Tata Steel Processing and Distribution Limited, Mr. Sudhangshu Roy, Vice President – HR, Medica Hospitals Pvt. Ltd & Mr. Rahul Bose, L&K Leader, GBS, India, South Asia, IBM India Limited. The speakers highlighted on the skill of entrepreneurship and cited examples of OLA Cab, Flipkart etc. and focused on the ever-changing technology and sustainability of available versions and how to focus on constant development making it one's driving spirit.
Such conclave are organized regularly to spur new thoughts and best practices in tailor-making the training and placement programs to nurture fresh talent towards greater employability.