Adi Shankara Institute of Engineering and Technology scaled a new apex on 27th of June through their collaboration with Indian Navy sealed with a Memorandum of understanding. At a colourful function organized in the Sena Bhawan, the Head Quarters of Indian Navy, New Delhi, Padmashri Dr V. R. Gowrishankar, Administrator & CEO Sringeri Mutt & Its Properties, Sri K. Anand, Managing Trustee and Prof. C. P. Jaisankar, COO of Adi Shankara Trust signed the MoU on behalf of Adi Shankara Institute of Engineering and Technology. On behalf of Indian Navy, Commodore Rohtas Singh, Head of Naval Education signed the MoU in the presence of Vice Admiral Biswajit Dasgupta, AVSM, YSM, VSM, Controller Personnel Services.
This entry to the exclusive group of educational institutions that collaborate with Indian Navy in academic deliberations and programmes, brings to ASIET the distinction of being the only engineering college in Kerala to have achieved the prestigious merit. The current memorandum of understanding secures for the institution multilevel collaboration with Indian Navy. ASIET becomes the ‘college of choice’ from Navy’s perspective for their personnel who are desirous of pursuing their higher studies. Collaboration with navy gives support to ASIET in organizing short/long term courses (especially training courses essential for engineering colleges). The current MoU helps to increase ASIET’s global visibility and exposure. ASIET deems to generate academically vibrant, professionally competent and patriotically motivated batches of students ready to join the Indian Navy and thus serve the nation. ASIET gets access for the use of naval non-strategic equipment for research and training (on request, subject to availability and reach). Various departments at ASIET intend to make use of this collaboration with Indian Navy so as to enhance the employability chances and sharpen the job-market readiness of ASIETians.