Institution's Innovation Council (IIC)
The Ministry of Education (Government of India) in the year 2018, through MoE's Innovation Cell (MIC) had launched the Institute's Innovation Council (IIC) program in collaboration with AICTE for Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) to encourage the creative energy of our student population as well as to systematically foster the culture of innovation and start-up/entrepreneurial ecosystem in educational institutions
Primarily, the IICs' role is to engage a large number of faculty and staff, and encourage, inspire, and nurture young students in various innovation and entrepreneurship related activities such as ideation, problem-solving, proof of concept development, design thinking, IPR, project handling and management at pre-incubating/incubation stage,etc.,so that innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem gets established and stabilized in HEIs. The MIC envisioned the creation of a network of IICs across selected HEIs to stimulate innovation in institutions through multitudinous modes leading to an innovation boosted eco-system on these campuses.
- To create a vibrant local innovation ecosystem
- Start-up/ entrepreneurship supporting Mechanism in HEIs.
- Prepare institute for Atal Ranking of Institutions on Innovation Achievements Framework (ARIIA).
- Establish Function Ecosystem for Scouting Ideas and Pre-incubation of Ideas.
- Develop better Cognitive Ability amongst Technology Students.
- To conduct various innovation and entrepreneurship-related activities prescribed by Central MIC in time bound fashion
- Identify and reward innovations and share success stories
- Organize periodic workshops/ seminars/ interactions with entrepreneurs, investors, professionals and create a mentor pool for student innovators.
- Network with peers and national entrepreneurship development organizations.
- Create an Institution’s Innovation portal to highlight innovative projects carried out by institution’s faculty and students.
- Organize Hackathons, idea competition, mini-challenges etc. with the involvement of industries
Why HE/SHE should Join IICs Network?
No major capital investment required for establishing IIC as it will make use of existing local ecosystem.
Students/Faculty associated with IIC will get exclusive opportunity to participate in various Innovation related initiatives and competitions organized by MHRD.
Win exciting Prizes/Certificates every month.
Meet/Interact with renowned Business Leaders and top-notch academicians.
Opportunity to nurture and prototype new ideas.
Mentoring by Industry Professionals.
Experimentation with new/latest technologies
Visit new places and learn a new culture.
Shree Vibhas Sane, Deputy Editor Amar Ujala Web Services, Noida
Over the years, India has emerged as one of the fastest developing economy and has become a major country to do business in the world. With an aim of increasing GDP of the country , transforming it into manufacturing hub , making it a Globally favorable destination to do business in , the Government of India has done tremendous efforts and has launched various remarkable programs including skill India , digital India , make in India , start up India .
Mr Amit Dubey Chief Mentor Root64 Infosec Foundation & Prof. Triveni Singh, IPS SP, Cyber Crime at Uttar Pradesh Police
The exponential growth of the Internet interconnections has led to a significant growth of cyber attack incidents often with disastrous and grievous consequences. Malware is the primary choice of weapon to carry out malicious intents in the cyberspace, either by exploitation into existing vulnerabilities or utilization of unique characteristics of emerging technologies.
Mr. Bohitesh Misra Technology Evangelist Need of Innovation in Entrepreneurship at present time is seen as one of the main obstacles to sustainable growth. Some people may feel that there should be a shift from education, leadership and innovation programs towards entrepreneurship itself which would allow us move closer toward our goal of helping each individual achieve their potential."
Shree Yogesh Narayan Dixit Associate Editor Amar Ujala, Noida
India’s new manufacturing push, ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ i.e. ‘Self-Reliant India’ was announced in May 2020, to sharpen focus of the ‘Make in India’ program launched in 2014 and rejuvenate the manufacturing sector.
Mr. Anurag Gulati Associate Director Industry X.0 Operations at Accenture
The mostly highly admired Organization & brands are usually unique, original, fresh, and leading edge. In fact, many have invented or reinvented entire way to perform their business functions in a quite unique way in all categories to provide significant value to their end user.
Er. Rohit Pahwa, Machine Learning Expert
The Way as Machine Learning Helps Businesses and Entrepreneurs, among the most impressive new developments in technology is the field of machine learning (ML).In essence, machine learning teaches an artificial intelligence system to teach itself.
A HACKATHON is an event that brings together experts and creates a collaborative environment for solving a certain problem. The word “HACKATHON” is a combination of ‘Hack’ and ‘Marathon’. So essentially it is a marathon for hackers. But in this case, hackers are exploratory computer programmers.
Prof. S.K. Mahajan (Founder & Managing Director) OSEOUN TECHNOLOGIES PVT LTD
To make students aware of importance of managing working capital, debtequity ratios while working of financial management of the start-up.
Institution’s Innovation Council (IIC), IIMT College of Management has celebrated “Innovation Day” on the occasion of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam’s birth Anniversary.
Prof. (Dr.) Amit Rai Dean l Quality Assurance & Accreditation (IQAA)
Startups are ideal for computer science graduates. Most of the startups are technology driven, and a computer science graduate will understand it better. In fact, a computer science graduate is likely to make their start ideas successful than non-technical persons.
|S.NO.||Name of Member||Member Type (Teaching/ Non- teaching / External||Key Role/ Position assigned in IIC|
|1||Dr. Amit Kumar Rai||Teaching||President|
|2||Dr. Susheel Shukla||Teaching||Vice-president|
|3||Dr. Vibha Singh||Teaching||ED Cell Chairperson|
|4||Dr. Vaibhav Upadhyay||Teaching||Convener|
|5||Dr. Dilip Rawal||Teaching||Innovation Activity Coordinator|
|6||Dr. Ved Prakash||Teaching||Startup Activity Coordinator|
|7||Mr. Giriraj Singh Tomar||Teaching||Internship Coordinator|
|8||Mr. Akash Srivastava||Teaching||IPR Activity Coordinator|
|9||Mr. Akash Srivastava||Teaching||ARIIA Coordinator|
|10||Mr. Anuj Kumar Singh||Teaching||Social Media Coordinator|
|11||Mr. Jitendra Kumar||Teaching||NIRF Coordinator|
|12||Ad. Dr. Sudhakaran||External||IP Expert|
|13||Mr. Ranjan Kumar||External||Alumni entrepreneur|
|14||Mr. Raman Chawla||External||Industry Association|
|15||Dr. Saswat Kuamr Das||External||Incubation Center|
|16||Mr. Rajesh Sharma||External||Banker/Invester|
|17||Dr. Deepika verma||Teaching||Member|
|18||Dr. Mamta Pathak||Teaching||Member|
|19||Mr Ashok Kumar||Teaching||Member|
|20||Mr. Amit Ojha||Teaching||Member|
|21||Mr. Sanjeev Kumar||Video Editor||Member|
|22||Mr. Yogesh Choudhary||Video Editor||Member|