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Industry Innovation & Practice is the unique strength of our institute through which the students are given hands on training in the industries directly.


To exploit the opportunity provided through the Indo - German bilateral partnership in the area of skill development by providing hands-on training in select areas of engineering to our students

Resource Person:

These Hands-on training was conducted by the Senior Expert Hans-Joachim Schrodt, a German who has more than 30 years of professional experience as a Teacher. Recently he helped an Indian company in setting-up a whole training institute including building, curricula development, equipment specifications, teacher training, testing, examinations, following the German Dual System.

Theory and Practice

Prof. Hans-Joachim Schrodt has interacted with our teachers about Germany's dual system of education and given lectures on the basics of the following focused areas of engineering such as Mechanics, Machining, Metrology, CNC and Robotics, Pneumatic/ Hydraulic Machineries, Automatics and Welding Equipments and took our students to the Industries at Coimbatore for practical training.


  1. Hands-on training links theory and practice
  2. Hands-on training expose students to challenges and obstacles they might encounter on the job
  3. Hands-on training helps to retain concepts and ideas to take up interviews better
  4. In-plant training creates the opportunity for the student to explore their practical knowledge and skill.
  5. Students will approach any problem in industrial perspective once they are directly exposed to Industrial training.
  6. It creates an opportunity for the students to become an entrepreneur.

Following the exposure given to our teachers and students by Prof. Hans-Joachim Schrodt, we have approached Axis Global institute for industrial training (AGIIT) and Coimbatore industrial infrastructure association (COINDIA) for direct training at their industries. Two batches of our Mechanical Engineering students have been trained by these industries so far. The training helped few students from these batches to get their employments. We took an element of the German's dual system of education and are pleased to support our "Skill India" and "Make in India" initiatives.