The academic / industry interface of I²IT with respect to the academic and research programs has enabled us to create vital links with some major players in the technology industry to drive innovation in the years to come.

The industry academia association of the Institute is a valuable channel between  pure  technology  research and  real world scenarios, bringing  academic research closer to the students studying at our Institute. These alliances  are highly interactive and  constantly encourages a continuous flow of ideas  between  the traditional  academia and  the growing industry.  They provide  students  with opportunities to work on  technical  and  entrepreneurial projects  and  are  also considered for various fellowships. Employees of startups incubated on campus can benefit by pursuing their continuing education program at I²IT.

An abridge list of Industry Academia Associations of the institute are mentioned below:

  • EdGate (Texas Instruments)
  • • Yi
  • • Gyanteerth
  • • Wisely Wise
  • • AWS Academy
  • • Tom Tom
  • • Codex

Industrial Trainings

The Training & Placement Department makes constant   efforts to develop the leadership, managerial, technical and soft skills of the student community through various activities as listed below:

Barclays  – Youth Employability  Initiative

Barclays conducts  Soft Skills Development training programs in our Institute campus for the benefit of students.

T&P Sessions – Gyanteerth

The Institute invites a professionally  qualified  trainer  who conducts  aptitude  and  technical  preparatory classes  twice a week for the 3rd year students to make them ready to face the  needs of the rapidly growing IT industry.

Guest Lectures

Eminent personalities from the industry as  well as  the academia are  invited to the campus regularly  to share  their professional experiences so that our students get to interact and gain knowledge with respect to the latest technological developments.

Seminars, Workshops and Industrial Visits

There have  been  a number of seminars and workshops  conducted by the Institute over the last few years on “Emerging Trends of Technology ”,  Photonics,   Android,   Aurdino, Bluemix Tool etc. The Institute also arranges for industrial  visits for the students  to understand the adopted operational processes and practices by some of the premier industries like GMRT, Meltek, Finolex, Infosys, Persistent, Barclays etc.


Recruiters (Abridged List)

recruiters list

Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC)

The Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) was established by the Institute in the year 2015 with the objective to create awareness about entrepreneurship skills among the students. This cell is an institutional mechanism to create entrepreneurial culture.

This initiative has shown an encouraging response with many students coming forward with innovative ideas and concepts. The most promising ideas are chosen through “Entrepreneurship Challenge” – an event held on campus.

The Institute encourages students to contribute to the EDC and constantly assists them administratively and financially to meet their entrepreneurial aspirations.

Objectives of EDC

  • To design standardized processes, policies and procedures of referral for clients to and from the institute and the incubation start ups.
  • To promote interaction between the institute and the incubation start ups in mutually beneficial areas.
  • To identify and deliver appropriate entrepreneurship and skills training, monitoring and mentoring entrepreneurs and the enterprises.
  • To provide a formal basis for initiating interaction between the institute and the incubation start ups and joint cooperation in undertaking of export and investment promotion activities.
  • To standardize the delivery of services to entrepreneurs and enterprises assisted by co-operating entities.

Career Management Committee (CMC)

This Committee aims at facilitating various activities for career development and guidance. It is focused towards preparing students and connecting them to appropriate
opportunities. The Committee works towards specific strategies and logistics to maximize the career prospects for students on campus. It provides complete assistance and support to conduct the recruitment process under the guidance of the Training and Placement Department. The Committee members also actively participate in placement drives and interact with professionals from various corporate and continuously obtain feedback of the
students employed with such corporates, that will help improve the overall development and technical competencies of the students to meet the rapid changes in the industry requirements. The CMC also arranges regular interactive sessions amongst different academic Departments. Being a part of this Committee helps students gain exposure to the corporate world through an applied hands-on method, which in turn develops highly success oriented graduates.