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Incubation Center

Incubation Center

Incubation is a unique and highly flexible combination of business development processes, infrastructure, and people, designed to nurture and grow new and small businesses by supporting them through the early stages of development and change.

A business incubator is a workspace created to offer start-ups and new ventures access to the resources they need, all under one roof. In addition to a desk or office, incubators often provide resident companies with access to expert advisors, mentors, administrative support, office equipment, training, and/or potential investors.

Objectives:

  • To develop societal problem-solving skills among students through their creativity and design thinking abilities.
  • To arrange periodical field visits in nearby places of interest and get them exposed to challenges in their daily routines.
  • To organize My Idea events periodically to improve students' problem-solving skills.
  • To motivate students' participation in various national and international competitions, viz., pitch festivals, hackathons, Google Startup contests, and other similar events.
  • To encourage faculty to organize events on innovation, entrepreneurship, and IPR to enhance their mentoring capabilities.
  • To support every innovation for patent and fabrication through incubation.
  • To strengthen institute-industry interaction for establishing incubation facilities and investors' support.
  • To associate our students with entrepreneurial ventures, viz., innovators, creators, market makers, expanders, and scalers.
  • To formulate our students' ideas into entrepreneurial values through our Innovation Hub.
  • To strengthen our institute-industry partnerships for achieving sustainable development.
  • To establish a technology business incubator for promoting innovations for successful start-ups. 

Roles and Responsibilities of Incubation Center
Coordinator:

  • To establish the linkages between our institute and industries, research organizations, peers, and incubators.
  • To Coordinate and execute strategies to attract funding, including cultivating investor relationships, preparing compelling pitch materials, and guiding startups through fundraising processes.
  • To coordinate various activities run under the Innovation and Incubation Center.

Faculty Members:

  • To invite entrepreneurs to share their insights and success stories.
  • To run entrepreneurship education courses on campus.
  • To motivate students to participate and organize entrepreneurship-related events inside and outside the institute.

 Student Members:

  • To make other students aware of institutional incubation, the funding process, and other entrepreneurial activities.
  • To participate in various entrepreneurship-related workshops, seminars, awareness camps, competitions, and skill development training programs outside the institute.
  • To organize entrepreneurship-related events and awareness programs within the institute.

Incubation Center Members

S. No. Name Department Role
1 Mr. T. Balasubramani AP / Mech. Co-ordinator
2 Mr. K. Shanthakumar AP/Civil Faculty Members
3 Mrs. C. Kalpana AP/CSE
4 Mr. S. Sathyamoorthi AP/EEE
5 Mr. J. G. Sabarish AP/ECE
6 Mr. P.G. Sam Infant Jones AP/Mech.
7 Dr. K. Binith Muthukrishnan ASP/MBA
8 Dr. M. Sridharan Prof./S&H
9 Mr. M. Sanjay Yukendra III Year - Civil Engineering Student Members
10 Mr. M. Karthikeyan III Year - Computer Science Engineering
11 Mr. A. Baskar IV Year -  Electrical and Electronics Engineering
12 Ms. A. Meera Jafrin IV Year - Electronics and Communication Engineering
13 Mr. S. Ajay Balaji III Year - Mechanical Engineering
14 Mr. B. Gopikannan II Year - Master of Business Administration

Minutes of Meetings

Events Details

The Incubation Cell of NPRCET organized a Seminar on Recent Trends in Power Plant Engineering for their students in the NPRGI A/C Auditorium on 14.08.2023 at 10:30 a.m.

Chief Guest: Mr. J. Mohammed Azardeen,
Deputy Executive Engineer,
NLC India Limited,
Tuticorin.