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EXPECTATION FROM CCC - UNIVERSITY/INSTITUTE
Review and incorporate the industry-oriented activities/ classes in the revised syllabus mandated by AICTE following recent circular.
Collaborate to interface and exchange of engineering ideas with industry. Invite industry experts to visit campuses to facilitate learning through this CCC bridge program as well as topic-specific guest faculty.
Organize regular visit of faculty to industries to get them acquainted with the industrial environments.
Promote sessions on choosing industry-focused research projects/ studies.
Collaborate in R and D on frontier specializations/ IT assisted projects/ Digitalization & Industry 4.0.
Conduct additionally, FDPs (Faculty Development Programs) through industry experts conducting CCC program.
EXPECTATION FROM CCC - INDUSTRY
Hiring in campus more effectively matching their functional requirements and reducing industry-based induction program when they recruit graduates with CCC program certified.
Minimize the unproductive time spent on fresh graduates in order to get them ready for the job.
Add value to asset management, as graduates are recruited with specialized skills and knowledge on technology-driven machinery, precision maintenance and world-class best practices.
Collaborate in R and D set up and/ or specific chairs in Institutes contributing to higher employability.
Find new joiners are confident in technical communication in an environment of multi-functional teams in industry.
Facilitate and familiarize students on industrial activities by arranging industry-visits before hiring them.
STUDENTS UNDER CCC PROGRAM
CCC program is NOT to bring extra burden to students of FINAL YEAR who are close to completion of their course.
Alternatively, they would be benefitted by extra inputs by industry-experts that help them to face interviews successfully and would be at ease with the engineering tasks in industry.
The graduates of Mechanical (includes Aeronautical, Automobile, Mechatronics), Electrical, Instrumentation, Chemical and Civil Streams are considered initially.
The session plans are designed in such a way that there is an ambiance of subject-wise industry inputs implanted in student’s mind on the real world of asset management. This will be done through class works by industry experts, case studies in individual trades, industry visits where on-site involvement is must, evaluation process meeting criteria of AICTE/ University (mandated industry-orientation programs).
Further, students could be optionally certified with another Professional Certificate (along with B.Tech. /B.E.) which is industry-recognized, e.g. GCCC (Graduate with CCC) bridge program. This will add value in their profile and bring confidence when facing industry recruiters.
It is expected that:
50% time will be spent on class-works (incl. industry-focused tasks, examples, cases)
Medium of instructions will be in English.
Pre & Post Assessment will be taken.
Pass Marks in final test in the final week will be 80% (CRD expect that 90% students score 80% minimum).
Training Materials will be provided (in soft copy).
Industry-visits would be also arranged.
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