Industry Institution Interaction-B.V.Raghunandan


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Measures to achieve industry educational institutions interaction presented by B.V.Raghunandan in AJ Institute of Mangement to the office-bearers of Kanara Small Industries Association, Baikampady Industrial Estate, Mangalore, India

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Industry Institution Interaction-B.V.Raghunandan

  1. 1. Industry Institution Interaction- B.V.Raghunandan, SVS College, Bantwal<br />3 I – Initiative-<br />Presentation made to Kanara Small Industries Association and Participating Colleges at<br />AJ Institute of Management<br />December 24, 2009<br />
  2. 2. Need for Industry Institution Interaction<br />Theoretical Approach to Business and Management Education<br />Outmoded Syllabi<br />Lack of Industrial Exposure to Faculty<br />Limited-Use Case Studies<br />Irrelevant Western Business Practices<br />Total Divide between Industry and Educational Institutions<br />
  3. 3. Phases of the Initiative<br /><ul><li>Placement Agency
  4. 4. Entrepreneurial Development
  5. 5. Private Equity
  6. 6. Conferences
  7. 7. Representation to Government
  8. 8. Research in Power Projects
  9. 9. Establishment Micro Power Projects
  10. 10. Industrial Visits
  11. 11. Project Reports
  12. 12. Identification and Exchange of Resource Persons
  13. 13. Collection of Case Studies
  14. 14. Casual Employment
  15. 15. Industrial Training
  16. 16. Campus Recruitment</li></li></ul><li>Industrial Visits<br /><ul><li>Planned Visits without any Dislocation of Work
  17. 17. Where possible, creation of video content of Production Processes
  18. 18. Familiarising the Faculty and Students with the Executives of Member Units</li></li></ul><li>Project Reports<br /><ul><li>The Report isfor Establishment of an industrial unit after the completion of MBA
  19. 19. Project cum Working
  20. 20. Critical Evaluation of Working
  21. 21. Redefining the Government Support
  22. 22. Prelude to Campus Recruitment
  23. 23. Inputs to the Educational Institutions
  24. 24. Students Exposure to Manufacturing Processes
  25. 25. Creating Video Content of Manufacturing Process</li></li></ul><li>Identification and Exchange of Resource Persons<br /><ul><li>Guest Lectures at the Industrial Estate on Macro-economic Conditions
  26. 26. Guest Lectures in the Colleges by the Promoters/Executives of Members of Industrial Estate
  27. 27. Attending the Programmes of Participating Colleges by Members of Industrial Estate</li></li></ul><li>Collection of Case Studies<br /><ul><li>Through Vacation Employment
  28. 28. Through Project Reports
  29. 29. Through Industrial Visits
  30. 30. Creation of a Database of Case Studies
  31. 31. Creating an Audio Visual Research Centre
  32. 32. Case Studies with Video Content
  33. 33. Establishing a Clearing House of Case Studies for the use by Management Institutions, Banks, Financial Intermediaries and Industry </li></li></ul><li>Casual Employment<br /><ul><li>Establishing a Mechanism to Identify Manpower for Vacation Employment
  34. 34. Industrial Experience to the Students
  35. 35. A nominal amount of Income to the Students
  36. 36. Experience of Students getting Converted into Case Studies
  37. 37. Industrial Units can Evaluate the students for Possible Future Employment/Campus Recruitment </li></li></ul><li>Industrial Training<br />Training in Areas where there is shortage of manpower<br />Summer Vacation training Programmes<br />Where possible, can be arranged as Certificate Courses in Colleges<br />
  38. 38. Campus Recruitment<br /><ul><li>Direct through the Input byParticipatingColleges
  39. 39. Through Placement Agencies created out of the 3-I Initiative
  40. 40. Direct Identification at the time of Project Report preparation</li></li></ul><li>Placement Agency<br /><ul><li>By the Industrial Estate/the Educational Institutions/Students after their Studies
  41. 41. Cheaper
  42. 42. Relevant Manpower
  43. 43. Quick Completion of Placement
  44. 44. Knowledge of Supervisory Deficiency
  45. 45. Retaining the MBAs and Engineers in the locality itself</li></li></ul><li>Entrepreneurship Development<br />Familiarity with Manufacturing Processes<br />Training Programmes based on the Input given by Institutions and the Industrial Estate<br />Revival of sick industrial units<br />Removing Bottlenecks in Supply Chain<br />Harnessing the Hydro-Electric Potential through Micro-hydel Projects<br />Dedicated Power Supply to Industrial Estates<br />
  46. 46. Establishment of a Private Equity<br />Financing the Projects through Establishing a Private Equity<br />Participating Members will be Educational Institutions, the Industrial Estate, Banks and any other Category<br />The PE may also finance the existing members of the Industrial Estate and others<br />Involvement of People from Educational Institutions and Industry <br />
  47. 47. OTHERS<br />Conferences<br />Representation to Government<br />Improvement of Civic Amenities<br />Overall Development of Dakshina Kannad<br />
  48. 48. Working Mechanism<br />Establishment of a Co-ordination Committee comprising members from both the sides<br />MOU between any one of the Management Institute <br />Other Colleges will be Participants<br />Eligible Colleges will be Under-Graduate Colleges, Colleges offering PG Course in Commerce and Management and Engineering<br />
  49. 49. THANK YOU<br />