RCOEM – TATA CIIIT Center for Invention, Innovation, Incubation and Training


The visionary leaders of Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management (RCOEM) has decided to set the bench mark for excellence in Engineering-Technology education, at par with the world class technologies. Therefore, with an objective to facilitate Innovations & skill development of students, industry professionals, RCOEM has established a state-of-art Center for Invention, Innovation, Incubation & Training (CIIIT). The methodology adopted at CIIIT is, provide the education 4.0 so that the students are prepared for work culture expected by industry 4.0.

The student trained at CIIIT will eventually be absorbed as skilled resources in the industry or would be self-sufficient to create entrepreneurships. Further, RCOEM-TATA CIIIT assures to strengthen the industry-academia partnership, impart the qualitative improvement in technical education, create skilled workforce to cater to current and future industrial landscape of the region.

With modern equipments and the state-of art technologies, RCOEM-TATA CIIIT ensures employability of the trained-students industry specific domain. The technical facility and skill-development training comprises of most of the perquisites that are essentially required for under graduate and post graduate students for employability and placement in multi-national companies.

Courses Offered

Diploma CoursesCertificate Courses
  • Product Design and Validation

Design Thinking for Start Ups, Catia V6 and PLM, Virtual Verification and Analysis, Product Design and Development

  • Integrated Advanced Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing, Digital Manufacturing, Industrial Robotics, Advanced Manufacturing

  • Manufacturing Execution System & IoT

Design Thinking, Manufacturing Execution System, Industrial Robotics, IoT

  • Advanced Product Design Engineering & Manufacturing

Design Thinking for Start Ups, Catia V6 and PLM, Virtual Verification and Analysis, Product Design and Development, Additive Manufacturing, Digital Manufacturing, Industrial Robotics, Advanced Manufacturing, Manufacturing Execution System, IoT

  • Catia V6 and PLM
  • Virtual Verification and Analysis
  • Product Design and Development
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Digital Manufacturing
  • Industrial Robotics
  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Manufacturing Execution System
  • Internet of Things (IOT)

Objectives of CIIIT

  1. Promote Invention, Innovation and Incubation under the mentorship of industry experts
  2. Strengthen Government’s Vision & Mission of innovation entrepreneurship and skill development
  3. Enable Industry- Academia partnerships to impart future skills
  4. Leverages advanced competency centers and expertise of Industry Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) for training students, industry professionals and unemployed youth with industry relevant skills and competencies.

CIIIT Enables competency development in modern engineering tools that are necessary for product design, development and manufacturing and provide students to gain insights in Industry 4.0 and other disruptive technologies.

The 3 main centers with cutting edge technology tools, equipment and machinery to develop and impart the latest skills and knowledge offered at CIIIT are

1. Innovation Design and Incubation

  1. Design and Engineering
  2. Virtual Verification and Analysis
  3. Product Lifecycle Management

2. Integrated Advance Manufacturing Center

  1. Computer Integrated Manufacturing
  2. Industrial Robotics
  3. Manufacturing Execution Systems
  4. Advance Manufacturing
  5. Reverse Engineering
  6. Plastic Additive Manufacturing
  7. Internet of things
  8. Autonomous Driving

3. Machine Learning and Internet of Things

  1. E-Learning Platform i-Get-it
  2. IOT IDE (ESP-01, Arduino Nano and Rasberry PI)

The major laboratories available at RCOEM-TATA CIIIT are:

  1. Digital Manufacturing Laboratory
  2. Computer Aided Manufacturing Laboratory
  3. Multi Body Dynamics Laboratory
  4. Product Life Management Laboratory
  5. Machine Learning Laboratory
  6. Industrial Robotics and Sensor Technology center
  7. Computer Aided Drafting Laboratory
  8. Computational Fluid Dynamics Simulation Center
  9. Welding, fabrication and computerized Machine Shop
  10. Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) Laboratory

All the above laboratories and skill-development centers are shared by the students and faculty of Mechanical, Industrial, Computer Science, Information Technology, Electronics and Communication, Electrical and Civil Engineering Departments.

The major machines and equipments at CIIIT are:

  1. Vertical Machining Center (VMC-ACE Micromatic AS-430 V)
  2. Arc welding Robot (YASKAWA)
  3. 3-D Printer (Ultimaker 3 Extended)
  4. 3-D Scanner (Ein Scan)
  5. Manufacturing Execution System (12m Long Conveyor with PLC )
  6. Pick and place Robot (Brabo)

The complete professional Softwares suites available at CIIIT are:

  1. Dassault Systems
    • Catia V6 PLM
    • Delmia
    • 3-D Experience
  2. MSC
    • Adams Machinery studio
    • Nastran & Patran
    • Marc
    • Easy5
    • ScFlow
  3. FEAST by ISRO
  4. i-Get-it by TATA Technologies Ltd.

Training Plan:

Enrollment and Registration for CIIIT training and skill development competency courses shall be open from August 2021.

Eligibility – Diploma, B.E./ B. Tech., M.E./M. Tech., PhD Research Scholars, Faculty & Industry persons

Batch size: 20-30 students per batch

Competency Centers Course Details
Competency Centers Name 
1 Innovation Design & IncubationCAD Engineering
1. Introduction to Design Thinking, Why Innovate and PDD
2. Design of Industrial components using Solid and surface modeling
3. Sheet Metal Design and Assembly of components
4. Manufacturing Drawing and Bill of Material
5. Simulation, CNC Programming
6. Case studies and Mini Project work
7. Introduction to CAD
8. Solid and Surface Modeling
9. Sheet Metal and Assembly of components
10. Manufacturing Drawing
11. Case studies and Mini Project work
CAD Operator
1. Basics of CAD
2. Basics of Solid and Surface Modeling
3. Assembly
4. Manufacturing Drawing
5. Case studies and Mini Project work
Finite Element Analysis – MSC, FEAST
1. Introduction to FEA
2. Structural, Thermal, Free Vibration, Buckling Analysis
5. Transient, Frequency response, Analysis
4. Non-Linear Analysis, MBD
5. Case studies on various software tools and Mini Project work
2. Integrated Advance ManufacturingDigital Manufacturing & Industrial Robotics
1. Introduction to Digital Manufacturing & Industrial Robotics
2. Block Diagram Representation, Micro and Macro- Simulation
3. Assembly Process Simulation, Robotics Simulation & OLP
4. Ergonomics Simulation
5. Case Studies and MininProject
Industrial Robot Operator
1. Introduction to Industrial Robot
2. Operation of Robot
3. Robotics Programming
4. Case Studies
5. Min Project
Manufacturing Execution Engineering
1. Introduction to MES
2. Production Flow-Oriented Design, Technical Aspects
3. Role of MES in Manufacturing Processes
4. Control System PLC and SCADA for MES, Mechanism of MES
5. Industrial MES and IOT Applications Part, Implementing an MES in Production
6. Case studies and Mini Project
Manufacturing Execution Operator
1. Introduction to MES
2. Basics of Control System PLC and SCADA for MES, Mechanism of MES
3. Implementing an MES in Production
4. Case Studies
5. Mini Project
Advanced Manufacturing
1. Introduction to Manufacturing Processes
2. Industrial Robotics (Mfg. Industry)
3. Additive Manufacturing
4. CNC Programming, Tools Design
5. Advancements in Manufacturing Technologies
6. Case studies and Mini Project
Manufacturing Operator
1. Introduction to Manufacturing Processes
2. CNC Programming, Operation of VMC Machines, 3D Printers
3. Press Tool Design, Brazing, Arc Welding and other Manufacturing operations
4. Case Studies
5. Mini Projects