It's great to hear that the world, including global manufacturers and Indian manufacturing firms, has embraced the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0) with the adoption of smart manufacturing practices. The integration of technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Data Analytics using Python, Product Development, and Smart Manufacturing indeed plays a pivotal role in enhancing efficiency and sustainability in manufacturing processes.

Invertis University exploring some important key aspects of Industry 4.0 technologies through its CSED:

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML)

These technologies enable machines to learn from data and make intelligent decisions. In manufacturing, AI and ML can be used for predictive maintenance, quality control, process optimization, and demand forecasting.

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

IIoT involves connecting and sharing data between physical devices, sensors, and systems in an industrial environment. This connectivity allows for real-time monitoring, remote control, and optimization of manufacturing processes.

Data Analytics using Python

Python is a popular programming language for data analysis and has a wide range of libraries and tools for handling and analyzing large datasets. Data analytics in manufacturing helps in extracting valuable insights, identifying patterns, and making informed decisions.

Product Development

Advanced technologies facilitate more efficient product development processes. Virtual prototyping, simulation, and digital twin technologies allow manufacturers to design, test, and optimize products in a virtual environment before physical production.

Smart Manufacturing

The concept of smart manufacturing involves the use of integrated systems, automation, and real-time data exchange to optimize the entire manufacturing process. It includes the use of technologies like robotics, sensors, and advanced communication networks.

By leveraging these technologies, manufacturers can achieve several benefits, including:

Enhanced Quality: AI and data analytics can be used for real-time quality control, ensuring higher product quality.

Cost Reduction: Predictive maintenance and process optimization can result in cost savings by minimizing resource wastage and downtime.

Sustainability: Smart manufacturing practices often lead to more sustainable processes through resource optimization and waste reduction.

Agility and Flexibility: The ability to quickly adapt to changing market demands through data-driven decision-making.

It's important for companies to continue investing in technology and adapting their processes to stay competitive in the ever-evolving landscape of Industry 4.0.

Skill Development For Industry 4.0


Invertis University is keen and committed to promote Skill & Entrepreneurship Development initiatives with DCS as its system integrator and Dassault Systems, PTC, Mastercam and Ansys as technology providers. Centre for Skill & Entrepreneurship Development (CSED) aims to strengthen technical education infrastructure to promote industry relevant skill development, which will act as a catalyst in inclusive and sustainable industrial development and employment generation for the local.

In coordination with the Corporate Resource Centre (CRC), it also provides employment assistance to the students to prepare for campus placement interviews with numerous leading Indian and global manufacturing companies.

The Centre offers multiple programmes in smart manufacturing technologies including Product Design, Product Manufacturing, Smart Manufacturing, Module Design & Manufacturing, Product Analysis, and Press Tool Design & Manufacturing. It also offers several programmes in Industrial IoT, Communication & Standard Interfaces, Smart Industrial Connectivity, Data Analytics, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Smart Agriculture.

Students involved in these project-based programmes will get hands-on training and work experience through multiple industrial internships along with industrial certifications.

They will acquire advanced knowledge of the latest industrial technologies and get to interact with industry practitioners. They will also be able to develop higher-order problem-solving and decision-making skills, which will boost both their confidence and academic performance.


  • Basic Objective

    The basic objective of skill development centres is to address the need of skilling the youths and unemployed. Wherein the major issue of unemployment is at the fresher level, where the students graduate out and are treated as a liability rather than assets.

  • Unique Center

    Training Centre with the objective of imparting knowledge which is missing in their regular University programs.

  • Skilled Force

    Wherein industries need workforce with experience and understanding of implementing theoretical knowledge to the practical application.

  • Experience Center

    CSED is an “experience center”, a functional industry inside a campus where students will be exposed to the industrial ecosystem with project-based learning program. By the time students graduate out, they will have actual experience and will be preferred for hiring.

  • Beyond Training Center

    CSED is not a training center, it’s a facility to create industry ready engineers by experiencing them on industry size machineries, technologies and processes.

  • Free Certified Training

    Students get Certified training worth RS 1.5 lakh will be provided free of cost through this CSED center. Apart from this student participate in 10-12 internship programs through CSED. Our teaching pedagogy is very impactful and provides practical and theoretical exposure in the ratio of 70:30.


To be a world class centre of excellence that transforms ambitious students into highly competent work professional and prepare next generation entrepreneurs who will contribute to the growth of excellence and innovation in their


Develop and promote the employability and entrepreneurship through multidimensional technical skills in order to enrich the inclusive growth and

Message From The Director, Centre For Skill & Entrepreneurship Development (CSED)

Prof. Jitendra Nath Shrivastava is the Director of Center for Skill & Entrepreneurship Development (CSED). He has been the Vice Chancellor, Officer on Special Duty (OSD), Chief Proctor, Head (Computer Science & Engineering) and Advisor to Proctorial Board in the past. He has having more than 27 years of experience in teaching, research and administration. He has published more than 30 research papers in international & national journals of repute to his credit. He has also authored three books in the field of Database Management Systems. He has also delivered many expert lectures in various academic institutions. His research areas of expertise are Database Management Systems, Data Mining, Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things. He is working on skill up-gradation, building of new skills and innovative thinking not only for existing jobs but also jobs that are to be created.

I believe that a great entrepreneur must be able to effectively communicate, sell, focus, learn, and strategize. An ability to continuously learn is not just a key entrepreneurial skill, but also a very valuable life skill.

Dr. Jitendra Nath Srivastava

Director, CSED, Invertis University


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