Shankar Vanavarayar, Joint Correspondent, Kumaraguru College of Technology (KCT) and President of Indian Textile Accessories and Machinery Manufacturerâ€™s Association, (ITAMMA) Mumbai S Senthilkumar, signed a MoU this week.
It includes setting up a Common Facility Centre for Textile Engineering Industry at the campus.
Over the last three decades, several new programmes have been introduced and the institution has emerged as a trusted destination for quality technical education and as a hub for research and innovation.
The college is ISO certified and is accredited by NAAC. Several programmes offered by KCT are accredited by NBA. In addition to a host of engineering and allied engineering courses, KCT has also gained recognition for its uniquely tailored management education programmes.
The Centre, set up under the Cluster Development Programme, Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, will have a testing and quality control facility for engineering and plastics, among others, a KCT release said.
The facility will benefit over 70 Textile Accessories and Machinery Manufacturing Industries in and around the city, it said.
â€˜Indian Textile Accessories & Machinery Manufacturersâ€™ Associationâ€™, the representing-body of Textile Engineering Industry in India, has a strength is around 450 members drawn from all centres of the Textile Engineering Industry in India.
It has above 1000 members including members of Textile Machinery & Mill Stores Merchants Associations at Ahmedabad, Bhiwandi, Coimbatore, and Madhya Pradesh.
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