IIC (Institution Innovation Council)
The government of India's Ministry of Education (MoE) established the "Innovation Cell (MIC)" to systematically promote an innovative culture throughout all Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). Encouraging, inspiring, and nurturing young students by enabling them to work with new ideas during their formative years is the main goal of MIC. MIC envisions establishing "Institution's Innovation Councils (IICs)" in a few HEIs. To encourage innovation within the institution through a variety of means, a network of these IICs will be formed, creating an innovation promotion ecosystem on these campuses. The goal of the institution's Innovation Council is to change our graduates from job seekers into job creators. It is configured in accordance with the National Innovation and Startup policy directives.
In particular, among the socially and economically marginalized segments of society, SKASC has been instrumental during the past fifty years in advancing the cause of higher education and research. Here at SKASC, we strive to achieve our goal of becoming the best in both the academic and non-academic domains by emphasizing the students' overall growth. We want to provide students with the tools they need to take on difficulties in the future while also assisting them in realizing their full potential in the subjects they are enthusiastic about. The ideals of our esteemed founder, who wanted the organization to be deeply ingrained in the community from which it emerged, are lessons we strive to live by. As a result, we act locally but think globally and I'm pleased to report that Sri Krishna Arts and Science College is still steadfastly committed to following the route of achievement with outstanding devotion and commitment.
|NISP policy of SKASC TN GoI
|Action Plan - NISP