VG – TAP Programme

Volkswagen Dealers in Chennai etc.

Volkswagen Dealers in Chennai etc.

HIET signed an MOU with Volkswagen Group Sales Pvt. Ltd. in the year 2011 for imparting specialized training in Automobile Servicing (Volkswagen cars) to the final year students of Automobile Engineering.

  • The salient features of the programme are:-
    • The VG-TAP centre has world class training aids, diagnostic instruments and a Volkswagen Jetta demo car along with all study materials.
    • The centre has provided an air-conditioned classroom & workshop and dedicated faculty as per Volkswagen international standards.
    • Students are selected for the training after a stringent entrance test and meeting other eligibility requirements.
    • The selected students undergo rigorous theory & practical training daily.
    • Continuous evaluation of training by way of tutorials, assignments & unit tests.
    • The students will be undergoing 1 week training which is conducted by specialist trainer from Volkswagen training centre, Pune.
    • The students will also undergo 3 weeks dealership training so as to familiarize with the actual working conditions in the service centre.
    • After the successful completion of the training the students will be attending the recruitment test conducted by the Volkswagen dealers.
    • All the 15 students of the 1st batch (2011-12) have been placed with the Volkswagen dealers.
    • The second batch of 16 students is in the final leg of their training programme.
    • The instructors are given periodical refresher training at the Volkswagen centre in Pune.

CNC Machine Training

HIET has signed an MOU with M/s Eaagle View Pvt. Ltd. for providing training in the ‘operation and programming of CNC/VMC machines to the diploma students.

M/s Eaagle View Pvt. Ltd

M/s Eaagle View Pvt. Ltd

The salient features of this programme are:-

  • The training is provided on CNC lathe and CNC vertical milling centre.
  • Edgecam software is used for providing programming practice.
  • Students of mechanical and automobile engineering diploma courses have undergone this training programme and got placed in many companies.
  • This facility is available for candidates sponsored by industries and other technical institutions.

Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Govt. of India, Welding training programme

Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME)

Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME)

HIET Polytechnic College has associated with MSME, in conducting a job oriented skill development training programme on welding techniques (Arc, Gas, TIG & MIG). The 1st batch of students who have completed training were given Govt. of India certificates.


HIET has also signed an MOU with CADD Centre for conducting CAD courses for all the disciplines of engineering at the polytechnic campus..


Automotive Skills Development Council (ASDC) is a skill development council for Automotive sector jointly promoted by Department of Heavy Industry (Ministry of Heavy Industries), Government of India, National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) and India Automotive Industry represented by the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA) and Federation of Automobile Dealers Association of India (FADA).

HIET Polytechnic College having 46 years of experience in imparting technical education and Skill development Training signed an MOU with ASDC for imparting value added training programme. These programmes are examined and certified by ASDC. All leading OEMs and Dealerships have been visiting for interaction with candidates on regular basis and after completion of programme, based on interviews; candidates get good employment opportunities at various automotive dealerships and industry.

Indian Institute of Welding (IIW- India)

Indian Institute of Welding (IIW- India) approved training centre was inaugurated at HIET Polytechnic college padappai. Dr.Hassan Shaikh, Vice President – South, IIW was the chief guest, in his inaugural address Dr.Hassan Shaikh elaborated about the skill development initiative taken by IIW Kolkata and encouraged the students to choose welding as a potential career and gain highly remunerative employment in India & Abroad. Mr.V.Muralidharan, Chairman IIW Chennai chapter was the guest of honor and gave a presentation about welding training and certification and the importance of welding in the present day manufacturing sector. Various specialized courses are offered through this partnership.

CIDC (Construction Industry Development Council)

The Planning Commission, Government of India, jointly with the Indian construction industry has set up Construction Industry Development Council (CIDC) to take up activities for the development of the Indian construction industry. CIDC has established a number of institutes, centers and academies for training in construction trades including training ofoperators of modern construction plant and machinery. This network ensures dissemination of modern, environment friendly as well as regionally and ethnically relevant technologies. CIDC has also developed a system for standardization oftraining, testing and certification. CIDC hasbeen nominated by the Ministry of Labour & Employment, Govt. of India and Govt. of Haryana to certify skill of construction workers in several trades. CIDC also works to offer higher educational programmes for executives to enhance their skills and help them to meet the challenges of globalization and the changing economic environment.

HIET, being a pioneer education institute having 46 years of experience in Technical Education had signed an MOU with CIDC for conducting construction oriented technical training courses..

Pudhu Vaazhvu

PudhuVaazhvu Project is an empowerment and poverty alleviation project implemented by the Rural Development and Panchayat Raj department of Government of Tamilnadu with World Bank assistance. The project is implemented over a 6 year period extended upto September 2014 at an outlay of Rs.717 crores. The Project covers 2509 village panchayats in 70 Backward Blocks in 16 districts. Though the project was launched in November 2005, effective implementation has commenced only from August 2006. Now with additional financing, the project has expanded its operations to 10 more addition districts covers 1661 VPs in 50 backward blocks for a period of 3 years till September 2014 with an outlay of Rs.950 crores.

The target population of this Project are, the poor households, the most vulnerable sections including the physically challenged and the marginalized communities. The project follows the CDD approach wherein village communities identify their own needs, design and plan interventions and implement and monitor them by adopting key nonnegotiable principles of the project. There is a strong sense of ownership of the project among the community members.

HIET Polytechnic College is one of the approved training partner institute to conduct technical training courses under this project. Currently HIET had successfully completed two batches of students under pudhuvaazhvu project. These students are from rural areas around Chennai. About 53 students successfully completed their certification courses and got placed in various automotive companies like SMK Suzuki, Jai bajaj, Manasarovar Honda etc.