Corporate Relations Club
- Prof. Mrs. Sunita Karad, Director, MITCOM
- Prof. Karuna Gole
- Prof. Dr. Ajim Shaikh
- Prof. Asha Oak
About Corporate Relations Club (CRC)
Corporate Relations club is to develop relationship between industry and institution in a way that students get industry exposure, and tie ups for placements & projects become easier. Also, this club aims to provide information related to current industry activities, innovations, technological changes sharing success storiesof Entrepreneurs.
Mission of club is to develop and act as the core facility in fostering growth of innovation and entrepreneurship amongst the students and to promote entrepreneurial culture in the college. In the meantime conduct industrial visits, panel discussions of industry experts, seminars, workshops where in industry experts will participate to enlighten our students.
- Industry Institution connectivity for collaborative project, skills development , consultancy, organising seminars, lectures, workshops, industry experts talks for the students across the MIT ADT University and for industry executives too.
- Industry-Institution tie ups.
- Industry-Institution combine research work if any,
- Organising Industrial Visits
- Innovation, sharing ideas on innovation & start up from the students and faculty.
- Building corporate relation for MIT ADT University.
- Technological skill enhancement if any.
- MIT- SER
Any student of MIT ADT University who qualify through selection parameters can join as member of Corporate Relations Club.
The Grand Inauguration Ceremony of Corporate Relations Club of MIT-ADT University was held on Friday, 27th Oct 2017 at Raj Kapoor Auditorium at 10:00 am. The Function was inaugurated through the auspicious hands of Honorable Chief Guest Dr. Anant Sardeshmukh Director General Mahratta Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture (MCCIA, Pune). Respected Prof Dr. Sunil Rai, Vice Chancellor MIT-ADT University, Prof Dr. Mahesh Deshpande, Registrar MIT-ADT University and Prof Mrs Sunita Karad Chief Mentor Corporate Relations Club were also present on the dais to grace the occasion.
The Guest of Honors were: Mr. Vikrant Satsangi, Microsoft Corporation, Mr. Vishwas Lokare, President Pune Construction Engineering Research Foundation (PCERF), Anurag Sharma and Ganesh Gadsingh from Kantar Solutions, Mr. Satish Pise AGM Rohan Builders, Dr. Jyotsanaa Lokhandde, Resource and Capacity Manager IBM India Pvt Ltd, Mr. Niranjan Upadhyay, Founder RSN Consultancy from the Corporate Galaxy were also present to grace the occasion.
MIT ADT University's Corporate Relations Club (CRC) has signed MoUs with MCCIA, PCREF, Microsoft, Rohan Builders and Kantar Solutions on its inauguration day.
Welcome address is given by Prof Sunita Karad. She has briefed about the objective and functioning of the club at University level. While addressing she also mentioned how this interaction is helpful to the faculties as well as students for skill development or to identify the better placement opportunities. Dr. Rai vice chancellor of the University has mentioned about the need of hour to have this kind of involvement. How the faculties as well as student should contribute this association to make this endeavor successful. Dr. Anant Sardeshmukh Chief guest of the function mentioned that “My Blood Group is Corporate”, made us realize about Profound Indian Culture and Value System and also Briefed about Present Scenario of Corporate Industry Mr. Viswas Lokare, President PCERF, Briefed us about “Constro 2018” and dynamic environment of Construction Industry. Mr. Vikrant Satsangi, Introduced us to the Industry revolution 4.0 and explained about how Value Based Education is more important than traditional way of learning.
CRC Event 1: “Life skills Workshop” Program in association with Barclay’s, Global Talent Track (GTT) and NASSCOM at MIT ADT University Rajbaug Campus.
On November 12th and 13th, 2017 a one day Life skills training workshop was organized in association with Global Talent Track and NASSCOM at MIT-ADT University Rajbaug Campus. The purpose of the workshop was to inculcate life skills training implementation in real life scenarios. Ms. Prajakata Gaikwad and Mrs. Hiral Desai was the eminent trainers for the workshop. The MIT College of Management (MITCOM), MIT College of Food Technology (MITCFT) and MIT School of Education and Research (MITSOER) students participated in the workshop.
Resume writing, presentation skills, interview skills and group discussions were the topics covered in the session. Ms. Prajakta Gaikwad and Mrs. Hiral Desai had a good command over communication and their lectures were insightful. The mock interview session was really fruitful to the students as it gave them an idea of the real life scenario.