TNU is forging symbiotic relationships with several companies in various industrial sectors. These companies will work with the University in developing syllabus, training the students and faculty, providing internship and project opportunities to students and finally to employ the students who successfully complete the degree program and meet the hiring criteria of these companies. Current active relationships include:
Phi Robotics Research Private Limited (Thane, Maharashtra):
MoU signed is of immense benefit to the students and faculty of the Robotic Engineering Program. Advanced curriculum structure with experiential learning will yield vivid career pathways for the students. Phi Robotics Research Private Limited have already offered “Conditional Employment” to the 1st batch of Robotic Engineering students.
Adani Power Limited (Ahmedabad, Gujarat):
MoU signed is a path breaking initiative. Industrial tours and internships will enable students to get a real feel of the industrial environment and appreciation of knowledge gained in classroom and labs.
MoU signed is of immense benefit to the engineering aspirants as they will be skilled on IT Solutions and Industry Vertical Domain Technologies. This in turn will enhance prospects for employment.
Batoi Systems Private Limited (BSPL), Bhubaneswar:
MoU signed to provide students a better understanding of new trends in CSE. BSPL may recruit CSE graduate and post graduate students of TNU on merit base at their discretion.
Destan Ship Management Pvt. Ltd.:
MoU is signed authorizes DSMPL to recruit and place students of Marine Engineering (MRE) and Bachelor of Nautical Science (BNS) in leading shipping companies as engine cadets and Deck cadets.
Blue Bird Shipping Management Private Limited:
MoU sighned authorizes BBSMPL to recruit and place students of MRE & BNS on shipping companies.
Cactus Communications (Mumbai, Maharashtra):
MoU signed providing the students with better training and understanding in current trends related to online editing of research papers, documents, books, journals, writing of research papers, etc.
Sage Publications India Private Limited (New Delhi):
TNU and Sage Publications India Private Limited signed MoU to design courses & provide training and internship to the students as per requirement.
Hotel and Tourism Management Institute (HTMi), Switzerland:
MoU signed with HTMi, Switzerland, a Leading Hotel Management Institute in the World. Each hospitality student would visit HTMi, Switzerland, as an integral part of the course.
The Park, Kolkata:
Luxury business hotel accommodation and signature boutique presence, with elegant decor and modern facilities will be well utilized in hospitality education and training.
Swissotel Kolkata Neotia Vista is a 5-star business hotel located at City Centre, New Town - the very heart of Kolkata's emergent urbanscape.
Choicest Enterprise, Kolkata:
The Company is a subsidiary of Ambuja Neotia Holdings Private Limited and a pioneer in the F&B business in the city of Kolkata.
GGL Hotel & Resort Company Limited, Kolkata:
The Company is a subsidiary of Ambuja Neotia Holdings Private Limited. The Company is in hospitality business since 1997 when it started the operation of 'The Ffort Raichak'.
University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth (UMass D), USA:
MoU signed will promote exchange of faculty & students. Entrepreneurs from incubation of UMass D will interact with TNU students and provide them live projects with small stipend. These students will then have the opportunity based on their performance in U.S. in those companies.
Life Sciences Sector Skill Development Council (LSSSDC), New Delhi:
MoU signed benefit students of, Biotechnology, Bioinformatics & Applied Microbiology to develop skill and knowledge.
Association of Biotechnology Led Enterprises (ABLE):
Membership with ABLE help TNU students to gains exposure in verticals of the sector like Agribiotech, Biopharma, Industrial biotech, Bioinformatics and more.
Bioinnovat Research Service Private Limited (New Delhi):
MoU signed will present students with significant opportunities related to research work and development.
Frost & Sullivan Incorporation:
MoU signed benifit the students of Biotechnology & Bioinformatics in research and development.
Edinburgh Napier University, United Kingdom:
TNU and Edinburgh Napier University, United Kingdom signed MoU, several collaborative projects are considered. One of the project that will soon become operational is design of solar powered low cost highly durable rickshaws. TNU students will be highly benefited and be well versed in technology advancement.
Concordia University of Edmonton, Alberta,Canada:
First International Collaboration/ MoU signed with Concordia University of Edmonton, located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. This University which runs unique and state of the art courses in multiple disciplines will ensure advanced pedagogy and student exchange programs.
Yasar University of Turkey:
MoU signed with Yasar University and TNU will provide opportunities for students to research in the field of science and technology, be a part of Conferences, workshops, and short overseas summer courses besides exchange of information and thesis.
Shandong Labour Vocational and Technical College (Shandong Province), China:
MoU signed help students network with industry professionals and discover invaluable work experience opportunities.
Infosys Campus Connect programme:
To align the curriculum with the industry’s requirements, the university is having a tie-up with Infosys and provides training to students to make them employable.
Ambuja Neotia Incubation Private Limited:
MoU signed will not only help TNU students but the incubee in ANIPL will be able to avail expertise of TNU faculty members in different fields and infrastructure such as workshop, library and other facilities. Teachers and students of TNU will be able to work on live problems and thus, help in providing experiential education. TNU and ANIPL are working to get grants from various central and state government to promote entrepreneurship.
Negotiations with several other companies are in progress to make a large component of TNU’s programs experiential and unique.