Pune, 10th Sep, 2020: MIT Art, Design, and Technology University, Loni kalbhor has launched the Centre of Research and Innovation for Young Aspirants (CRIYA) on the university campus. It was launched by the Chief Guest, M. S. Unnikrishnan, CEO, IIT Mumbai, Monas Research Academy, Prof. Dr. M. K. Surappa, Vice-Chancellor, Anna University, Chennai, Arunrao Unhale, Commissioner FDA Govt. of Maharashtra, Prof. Dr. Vishwanath Karad, Founder President, MIT ADT University, and Prof. Dr. Mangesh Karad, Executive President, MIT ADT University.
The innovation challenge is an opportunity for start-ups to collaborate with partners on the Innovation Centre platform to help solve some of the problems in the society delivery landscape of India. CRIYA Innovation Center is a strategic program that is focused on enhancing organizational capabilities by leveraging high-end engineering talent and best-in-class infrastructure. The innovation center has various divisions like robotics, idea lab, design studio, and bio laboratory to help students quench their thirst for science and further innovate and experiment.
Mr. Unnikrishnan said that MIT ADT University has started a Research and Innovation Center for the brighter future of students. The aim is to produce students who will lead the country with an all-round personality.
Dr. Mangesh Karad remarked that the 21st century will be an era of unprecedented scientific and technological advancement. MIT-ADT University will be a world-leading educational resource to generate the human capital we need to compete and succeed, both regionally and internationally. Research centers will attract scientific expertise and investment from around the world. MIT-ADTU is a leading provider of talented & innovative mind students. New technology should be used for the best development of society.
It is a step towards building a better future for our youth. The lab would teach the students essential 21st-century skills which will help them in developing professional and personal skills. University believes to cultivate scientific temper among higher education students by motivating them to understand and innovate in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics’ (STEAM). The lab will come up in 1500 sq mts and will have 3D Printers, robotic equipment, a computing facility, and other state-of-the-art technologies said Dr. Mangesh Karad.