Indore: As part of its industry connect programme, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has decided to allow factories in and around the city to use its state-of-art equipment and facilities for testing purpose. “We have got several equipment which the industries can use for testing and research purposes.
We will allow them to have access to our equipment so that their optimum utilization can be done,” said Prof Shashi Prakash, a faculty with Institute of Engineering and Technology, an entity of DAVV. Prakash said that they are collecting details about equipment available with teaching departments and institutes of the DAVV.
After collecting details, the university will make a booklet of equipment with it and circulate the booklet to local industries. Prakash said that the industry can also take expertise of the university wherever required. In return of this privilege, the university just wants to industries to allow its students to have hands-on experience of factory working.
Of late, the university has been taking significant steps to foster ties with local industries as part of industry-academia initiative. The university is also taking help of industry in formation of syllabus to make student employment- ready.