Partners

CII Naoroji Godrej Centre of Manufacturing Excellence NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL
The CII Naoroji Godrej Centre of Manufacturing Excellence has entered into an MoU with National Safety Council which was set up by the Ministry of Labour, Government of India on 4th March 1966 to generate, develop and sustain a voluntary movement on Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) at the national level.. The objective of this MoU is to address the issue of industrial safety; create a talent pool of trained workforce for industry to support excellence in Industrial Safety and share best practices on Industrial Safety nationwide.

CII Naoroji Godrej Centre of Manufacturing Excellence WMG THE UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK
WMG is pleased to partner with the CII Naoroji Godrej Centre of Manufacturing Excellence. We have in the past successfully conducted the WMG Engineering Business Management programme for CII’s member companies and are very happy to take this partnership further with the Intensive Programme on Manufacturing Excellence. Through this programme, we hope we are able to develop manufacturing champions in India and contribute to the Government of India’s Make in India initiative’.
– Professor Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya, Chairman of WMG, University of Warwick. .

CII Naoroji Godrej Centre of Manufacturing Excellence TWI
The CII Naoroji Godrej Centre of Manufacturing Excellence has entered into an MoU with TWI which is a world leader in the research and development of materials and material joining, together with providing training in related disciplines. The objective of this MoU is to conduct joint training programmes on the latest in welding technologies for Indian industry with expert faculty from TWI.

CII Naoroji Godrej Centre of Manufacturing Excellence Fluid Power Society of India (FPSI)
Owing to rapid industrialisation of our country, fluid power systems are increasingly being used in numerous applications and the number of people working in fluid power technology is fast growing. In an effort to bring together those working in this field, scientists from the National Aeronautical Laboratory and the India Institute of Science organised a Symposium on Fluid Power Control and Applications in February 1973 at NAL, Bangalore. Participants in this Symposium (representing various industries, R&D organisations and academic institutions) expressed themselves in favour of establishing a national society to promote the growth of fluid power technology. Thus the Fluid Power Society of India came into being on 13th February 1973 at Bangalore.