By introducing the industrial Collaboration Program, which serves as a functional and
fundamental criterion to implement progressive correspondence between the Education System
abroad and the rapidly changing and developing Education Scenario of India, Bridging the Gap in
industrial Education takes innovative and trailblazing steps to provide the maximum range of
teaching-learning methods to advance the perspective of prospective students. This allows
aspirants of India to be part of this correspondence.
Academic and industrial collaborations are nothing new, but businesses can only succeed with the
correct approach. Industry and academia work together in harmony. Graduates from academia are
hired by the industry. The industry adopts university research and transforms it into goods and
services. On the other side, business turns to academics for answers to their problems. It wants
institutions to modify their curricula so that graduates have skill sets that are compatible
with market demands. The interplay between the two often leads to new research questions that
are advantageous to both academia and industry.