About IIPC

The objectives of IIPC are to Internship and Counseling Assistance, Connecting and Linking, Continuous Improvement. Deliver career coaching/advising/counseling services in association with industry/alumni mentors, through a range of approaches including group appointments; workshops and other programs, organized by IIPC in association with Placement Office, PSG Tech Alumni Association and PSG STEP. Serve as liaison between students, professors who are working on current national relevant issues as well as the industries that are willing to collaborate in addressing these challenges.

 

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Centre for Waste Management

We identify research problems / challenges in the Waste Management Industry and use the knowledge / expertise of our team to develop suitable, implementable and sustainable solutions. The Centre would also facilitate conduct of industry conclaves to generate know-how on available technologies in Waste Management

Centre for Aids in Rehabilitation

The Centre works towards development of aids in rehabilitation of Mobility, Cognitive and other disorders. The technology development would focus on improvements in design, comfort and cost-effectiveness over existing products in market

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Would you be Interested to:
Offer short-term internships to our II & III year students
Offer career coaching to pre final year students
Participate in collaborative reserch with our faculty


P.MOHANASNDARAM

An engineer from PSG gives respect and confidence . . .Read more


Manikandan

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Vimal Chandran

My final year BE project is in the field of comput. . .Read more


Sriram Senthilkumar

My career has offered me a lot of learnings so far. . .Read more




Design is not how a thing looks…but how the thing works!!

The phrase in the title was from Steve Jobs, the man who had understood the magic of engaging rightly with the customer, which made his company the numero uno in Mobile phone segment.
In the coming years, every company into digital technologies, where the customers or users would be digitally engaging with their products or services needs to understand to focus on improving the customer/user experience. As the attraction of features such as processing speed, more memory, etc are fading away and customers now look out more for products that gives them the good ‘feel’, it seems to be true that ‘Good Design is Good Business’ as quoted by T.J.Watson Jr. (IBM) even in 1966!
Many a time, people do judge a book by its cover and hence a good design will sell well. However design is not just the cover, but has more depth to it in the coming days; and Design Thinking has become a field of study by itself. Design Thinking is a way of designing a product or process by keeping the user at

Being Different and not Redundant .. for Staying Relevant . . .

While the Industry brushes away your Resume/Skills to be redundant and talks about new skills needed for the new jobs in the future factories, it is time to think how to stay relevant irrespective of changing industry trends.
One needs to make a reflection of self and identify a unique skill that would differentiate him / her from the crowd; and use it effectively to reposition oneself and add more substance to the existing resume/skillsets.
Few of the top self made CEOs in the world seem to have done the same:
Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai was a Problem Solver by nature and had an amazing numerical memory.
Elon Musk, founder and CEO of SpaceX, Tesla and Neuralink, had impressive Communication Skills with clear, simple and authentic way of presenting his vision that convinced his investors.
Dilip Sanghvi, founder of Sun Pharma and one of India’s richest businessmen attributes his success to the depth and breadth of his Domain Knowledge from R&D to Manufacturing; Marketing to Fina

Virtual Reality for HealthCare

Virtual Reality popularly known as VR is now used as a therapy for certain conditions by immersing the patient into a virtual environment and train their brain suitably so as to either spur or dampen certain responses.
People with chronic pain, even labor pain, stress, anxiety, etc are treated with VR gear fitted on to them and made to watch relaxation videos that show beautiful landscapes etc. This is clinically tested and found to reduce 25% of the pain, thus relieving the patient from ingesting narcotics and other pain killers. Dentists seem to use this particularly to distract children while doing tooth extraction, filling, etc.
Senior people confined to houses can still get new experiences such as going to new places such as taking a vacation in a beach etc, through VR which adds more value and contentment to life. The rehabilitation given to patients affected with limb injuries can be augmented using VR/AR where they are given an illusion that simulates their movement which in

Why is FMCG important to us?

Consumption and Expenditure in Food, Beverages and Healthcare Industry in India is increasing.. Why is it important to us?

The fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector that includes all consumer packaged goods is back as the mostpreferred sector for employment, according to the Nielsen Campus Track Business School Survey 2018.

More than two in five (46%) respondents graduating in the class of 2018 from across 36 leading B-schools indicated they prefer to work in the FMCG sector.

FMCG is the 4th largest sector in the Indian economy, The FMCG sector in India is expected to advance to US$ 103.7 billion in 2020 from US$ 52.75 billion in 2017-18. Incomes have risen at a brisk pace in India and will continue rising along with the expected growth in consumption expenditure will drive growth in the sector.