Top global institutions are closely involved in curriculum design, delivery, faculty and student exchange and joint research.
Our partnership with UC Berkeley covers - joint research projects & academic programs, exchange of faculty, students & postdocs among others. In the pic: Dr. Ikhlaq Sidhu, Chief Scientist SCET, UC Berkeley and Vineet Gupta, Co-founder & Trustee, Plaksha University sign the agreement in March 2019.
Dr. Shankar Sastry, Thomas M. Siebel Professor of Computer Science and former Dean of Engineering at UC Berkeley, addressing the founding batch of Tech Leaders Fellowship at the Plaksha Innovation Centre in August 2019.
As the Co-chair of Tech Leaders Fellowship, Dr. Ikhlaq Sidhu, Chief Scientist SCET, UC Berkeley had a key role to play in the design and delivery of the program. In the pic: Dr. Sidhu with students, who got a copy of his book ‘Innovation Engineering’ before the official launch.
David Law, Director, Global Academic Programs, Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology, UC Berkeley and CEO, Venture Dojo with the Fellows during the mock challenge lab presentation in Feb-March 2020. Challenge Lab is a mini-entrepreneurship journey from ideation to pitching to investors.
Our Master Alliance Agreement with Purdue University covers- curricular development, faculty & student exchange & joint research among others. In the pic: Dr. Arvind Raman, Sr. Associate Dean of the Faculty, College of Engineering, Purdue University and his colleagues and Plaksha team in Jan '20.
Dr. Arvind Raman, Sr. Associate Dean of the Faculty, College of Engineering, Purdue University and his colleagues brainstorming Plaksha’s undergraduate majors withe the Plaksha team at Purdue in Jan 2020.
Dr. Jitesh Panchal, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University, teaching the design thinking module to the founding batch of Tech Leaders Fellowship in August 2019. It was a hands-on project-based learning experience for the Fellows.
Fellows bidding farewell to Dr. Andrew Brightman, Associate Professor of Engineering Practice, Purdue University, who taught Engineering Ethics. The future tech leaders learnt how to effectively handle and resolve ethical dilemmas in designing, developing and implementing new advances in technology
Our agreement with SRI covers: setting up joint R&D centers to close the gap between applied research and ready-for-market innovations. In the pic: Plaksha team and SRI team signed the MoU in June 2018 in Gurgaon.
Watch what Dr. Shankar Sastry, Thomas M. Siebel Professor of Computer Science and former Dean of Engineering at UC Berkeley, as he talks about UC Berkeley’s partnership with Plaksha.