We carryout many projects and research worth crores inside our campuses on various aspects of technology. However, rarely any research project comes from the door of the premises in the form of technology that can benefit our society except in the form of journal or conference publications. Publications are indeed an important part of knowledgeable society to create knowledge, however, it addresses only one aspect of society needs. There is a need to broaden our education and research approach to include societal aspirations and needs besides an understanding of technology (means of production). Hence, it is imperative to provide exposure and trainng to enable the design ideas to take the shape in the form of technology and products. Such an endeavour may require highly porous boundaries between established disciplines and design, and an innovative academic process capable of reflexivity and self-interrogation.
This Product Design and Innovation workshop intended to provide necessary training and exposure to participants on product design processes, failure analysis, intellectual property rights etc. to enable them to think on innovative ideas and how to carry forward their ideas to the product level. Since India is moving towards “Make in India” policy this workshop aims at providing necessary skills to the participants would enable to think independently in terms of creativity and innovation. Unless we are exposed to the latest technology and design processes, developing new technology would be challenging in the times of fast changing world. Exposure is paramount for developing skilled graduates and future technologies. With the conviction that technological innovation constitutes an essential element for achieving progressive development and permanent improvement in any activity, this workshop would provide necessary training and exposure on product design and innovation.
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Rs. 500/- (five hundred)
Registration fee includes tea and snacks, workshop kit and hostel accommodation
Endeavor would be made to provide accommodation in the institute hostel. In case the hostel is not available, participants may stay in hotel on payment basis.
Maximum 30 participants would be selected.
Himachal Pradesh becomes serene and beautiful during the Winter. December month is relatively colder and you can witness snowfall in Mandi if lucky. Please bring your sweaters, jackets etc.
Any special requests to be sent to the course coordinators only: Dr. Om Prakash Singh (9816661166)
Fee is payable in advance by Demand Draft / at par Cheque in favour of “The Registrar, IIT Mandi ” payable at Mandi, H.P.
Mention your name, designation (student, faculty or industry professional) address, mobile number and email id on the back of the DD/Check. The same information should also be sent as email to firstname.lastname@example.org. In case of many participants with a single DD/Cheque, use a separate sheet of paper to mention participants details. There is not separate registration form.
The DD/Cheque should be sent to:
Dr. Om Prakash Singh Short term course coordinators School of Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Mandi, Near bus stand, Mandi, H.P. – 175001 Phone: (01905) – 237992 / 2379724 Fax: (022) –25767302 / 25723480 Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Short term course: 18-19 December, 2015. Last date of receiving the registration fee: December 10th, 2015 Note: Selected candidates will be informed by fax/email, if provided.
Patron: Honorable Professor T. A. Gonsalves, Director, , IIT Mandi
Advisory Committee: Prof. PVM Rao, IIT Delhi Prof. B.D Chaudhary, Dean (academics), IIT Mandi Prof. Subrata Ray, Distinguished visiting professor, IIT Mandi Prof. S.R. Kale, Head of Department, IIT Delhi Prof. Lalit Malhotra, IIT Mandi Prof. Balasundaram Subramanian, IIT Mandi Prof. Satish C. Jain, IIT Mandi
Organizing committee Design and Innovation Center, IIT Mandi Dr. Om Prakash Singh,IIT Mandi Dr. Kunal Ghosh, IIT Mandi Dr. Md. Talha, IIT Mandi Dr. Shyam Ku. Masakapalli Dr. Atul Dhar, IIT Mandi