Centre of Excellence in Maritime & Shipbuilding (CEMS)
We are a skill development initiative undertaken by Ministry of Shipping along with Siemens Industry Software India Pvt Ltd & Indian Register of Shipping in line with Prime Minister's initiative of Skill India. The project aims to impart Industry 4.0 relevant training in latest software & hardware tools and technology used in the engineering industry.
A one stop comprehensive training center for imparting high end training in latest software & hardware technology aiming to transcend designing & manufacturing processes to Industrial 4.0 / Digital 4.0 levels, to enhance productivity and optimize production costs.
Strategically located at Mumbai & Vishakhapatnam, creating competencies with 18 state of the art labs, covering all possible aspects of manufacturing.
Producer – Consumer Interactions
This relationship necessitates some collaboration as the producer (academia) has to ensure that the output satisfies the needs of the consumer (industry) to a large extent, and vice versa. Hence, one form of collaboration, which is more in the nature of a feedback loop, is for the industry to provide inputs back to the academic institutions regarding their perception or evaluation of their products (students).
Collaboration in Continuing Education
One of the core competencies of academic institutions is teaching. Many institutes, who are engaged in education at high end, have the wherewithal to provide training for high-end manpower development in topics relevant to industry. Therefore, a natural collaboration is possible for the institutes to conduct training in various topics of interest for the industry.
Collaboration in Research
In a world driven by Intellectual Property, there is an increased interest in research collaboration. Though academicians in most good institutes engage in Research, collaboration is only possible when industry has a need for the same. Though the goal of research is to create new knowledge, industry wants to utilize this to create products and generate revenue. Today academic institutions are conducting both basic and applied researches; the latter is of greater interest to industry.
Industry linked learning model
Industry skill development program aims at linking education system to Industry. The learning model connects the four spokes of individuals & institutions to industry and knowledge bodies.