University-industry collaboration would improve the employability quotient of the students, says S.R.R. Senthilkumar, Principal of Sona College of Technology, a part of The Sona Group
The University Grants Commission (UGC) is planning to bring industry experts to teach in the universities. In an article featured in Education Times on University-industry collaboration for teaching, S.R.R. Senthilkumar, Principal of Sona College of Technology, The Sona Group, shared his expert views on the same.
The training for professional growth among the students is the motto of the UGC to bring a teaching collaboration of the university with the industry. On one side, it is helpful for the students to improve their skills, and on the other side, the industry can cut down the training cost of fresh hires automatically.
The article featured brings the expert view to bring a discussion. The principal of Sona College of Technology shared his views that the university-industry collaboration would be improving the employability quotient of the students. Also, learning from the industry experts would add to learning network building, enhancing their soft skills, and improving technical knowledge. Sona College of Technology already brings in industry experts to contribute to workshops and guest lectures, he added.