Department of Electronics and Communication organized a session on Understanding Opportunities in Electronica and Communication Industry in association with Knowledge partner Srijan Sanchar.
Srijan Sanchar is an organization inspired by the vision ‘Innovations Are Ideas in Action’. They have established themselves as a leading organization in the field of innovation covering the entire continuum from creativity to entrepreneurship.
More than one hundred programs on Innovation and Creativity have been conducted by Srijan Sanchar including the first of their kind on frugal and open innovation. Srijan Sanchar has hosted several Innovation challenges to crowdsource ideas. City-based innovation challenge Nagar Navrachana was launched by Hon’ble Union Minister of India Mr. Nitin Gadkari.
The resource person Mr. Aditendra Jaiswal has wide experience in handling various industrial projects as well as conducting hackathons countrywide.
He explained the benefits of Creating Mutual Value Academia-Industry collaboration and how India’s Electronics Industry is one Of The Fastest-Growing in the World presenting the facts and figures that indicate the electronics exports from India. He explained how even the major sports leagues and sporting events have turned to technology solutions to help athletes, improve coaching and engage fans in new ways and the global sports technology market is expected to amass a revenue of nearly $41.8 billion by 2026, increasing the scope of the electronics industry in the market.
He gave a brief on the evolution of research and the route to push research products to market that are developed by academic institutions. Lastly, he focused on how to transfer knowledge to wealth by industry-academia collaboration.