Employability focus

Course Design and Employability Mapping
Recruiter’s Statistics
Employment Facilitation
Government Mandate

Course Design and Employability Mapping

Skill Data Collection
Collaborated with OEMS and research lab competency heads for detailed understanding of skill requirements.
Collected and analysed routine design challenges across industries.
Analysed prestigious interviews and the expectation of the interviewers were captured
Critical Skill and Trait Definition
Ability to idealise engineering systems
Conceive loads and load path
Conceive excitations agencies
Conceive engineering failures that are unobvious
Drawing and result interpretation
Feel for numbers, judgment visualisation and critical thinking
Course Components
Physics facts for engineering design
Design best practices
Failure analysis beyond strength failures
Critical thinking situations
Case studies that describe real time component design challenges
Design process of component design and verification/validation
Selection of engineering materials

Recruiter’s Statistics(skill measurement)

This  is perhaps the most important component that helps recruiter to make right decision, to recruit the right skilled candidate. The following are the typical assessments across the courses, which are used to measure learning:

Concept registration
This is designed to check if physics facts are well comprehended in the context of component design
This is designed to develop detailed conceptualisation without mathematical burden. This tests engineering observation ability
This tests ability of the candidates to apply physics concepts to basic design margin computation
Trait mapping
This is designed to measure and map traits that are critical to a component designer
Component design
This is designed to measure the understanding on current design best practices, ability to conceive engineering failures and incidental skills such as component definition and material selection
Simulation skill
This section is designed to check the understanding of:
  • Boundary conditions and loads
  • Material and geometric modelling
  • Result interpretation
Higher order skill mapping
This is for those who want to peruse research or innovation involving complex physics. This maps the skills such as critical thinking, visualisation and designer’s aptitude in such situations

Employment Facilitation

Potential Recruiter’s is provided access to the following:

  • Access To Candidate’s Academic Record
  • Access To Candidate’s Performance Stats
  • Access To PAN India Leader Boards
  • Access To Candidate’s Complete Trait Mapping
  • LRS (learning record system) generates a Curriculum Viate and certification containing performance statistics
  • Attempt history
  • Consistency of performance
  • Government Mandate

    • Engineering Service Industry is brought under Apprentice act.
    • Employment opportunity after completion of apprenticeship for Engineering graduates.
      (Refer https://s3.ap-south-1.amazonaws.com/naps-cdn/framework.pdf – Pg. no 7 on 32 reg service industry under apprentice)
    • Employment opportunity after completion of apprenticeship for Engineering graduates.
      (Refer https://s3.ap-south-1.amazonaws.com/naps-cdn/framework.pdf – Pg. no 7 on 32 reg service industry under apprentice)
    • Innovation and entrepreneurship-based activities are mandatory as per AICTE
    • Inclusion of Design Engineer – EA in Apprenticeship
    • Make in India scheme, Entrepreneur, Startup fund, Innovation fund availability to utilize and become part of engineering growth in India.
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