AIEMA (Ambattur Industrial Estate Manufacturers Association) Technology Centre, the Technology wing created by AIEMA in the year 1983 to facilitate technology upgradation of its members and Member Units. ATC is the hub of all their Member activities ranging from training programmes, CNC training facilities, business library and conference halls facility to name a few. ATC has a building with top class infrastructure and amenities available for business promotion and upgradation having a membership of more than 900 Small & Medium industrial units on our roll.
The Ambattur Industrial Estate spread over on 473 hectares with more than 2000 active Tiny, Small and Medium Scale Units. It is one of the largest & oldest in Asia. The Estate has today an estimated 300,000 work force of whom 60,000 are women employees contributing to a turnover of over Rs.2,500 Crores. The diverse range of products offered by its Members truly reflects a wide range of industries in the engineering and non-engineering sectors including Software, Garments, Services etc.,
AIEMA (Ambattur Industrial Estate Manufacturers Association) was established to represent the interests of industrial units of Ambattur Industrial Estate. AIEMA today has grown to 900 Plus active Members and represents a vast majority of the Small Scale Industries fraternity of the Ambattur Estate. Over the years, AIEMA has gained substantial reputation for its dynamic operations and is well respected by the governmental organizations, Chamber of Commerce and other Industrial Associations al l over the country and the media. The Association liaises with other Government, Statutory Bodies, Financial Institutions, other similar associations and works for the business promotion of its Members. AIEMA has contributed in great measure towards the harmonious development of the Ambattur Industrial Estate over the years and represents the interests of Member Units.
The objectives of this MOU are many and would evolve with time and the quality of inputs provided by both the parties. At the outset the following can be envisaged.
- To provide interactions with the industry practitioners so as to have an understanding of industry expectations from fresh graduates
- To provide for regular information exchanged between institute and captains of the Industry.
- To identify industries for industrial training to about 30 students of Mechanical Engineering (August to November every year)
- To assign these students to the manufacturing and material related industry problems.
- To identify industries for Industrial training to a maximum of 30 students of Mechanical Engineering (Feb to May every year)
- Further assign these students to the manufacturing and material related industry problems for a detailed study and report.
- Extrusion & Wire Drawing
- Powder Metallurgy, Machining and others
- Value chain in a Manufacturing Industry
- Core manufacturing process of the industry
- Problem solving techniques deployed in an industry
The above learning will be from the perspective of Materials and Metallurgy. The batch of students will do the pre-requisite home work study on relevant manufacturing process followed in industry; identify probable problems, areas of improvement in the manufacturing process, study in detail, and compile a Project Report at the end of training for receiving the necessary credits for the course. A copy of the Project report shall be given to the concerned Industries.