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KPRIET SDG Innovation Framework (FISK) Logo release by UNICEF Representatives at KPR

KPRIET SDG Innovation Framework (FISK) Logo release by UNICEF Representatives at KPR

KPRIET SDG Innovation Framework (FISK)

KPR Institute of Engineering and Technology unveiled the logo of its flagship initiative KPRIET SDG Innovation Framework (FISK) recently. The framework is a copyrighted model and a first of its kind initiative in India, designed to inculcate 21st century skills, enhance student employability, and create a strong innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem.

Mr. Herve Morin, Global Lead – Upshift, Office of innovation, UNICEF released the logo of FISK. The program was attended by several representatives from UNICEF, including Ms. Manasa Priya Vasudevan, Youth and Adolescent Development Specialist, Mr. Ravi Teja Bale, Lead for T4D & Youth Innovations from YuWaah – UNICEF, and Mr. Saravana Prabhu Subramaniam Project Head SIDP-Tamil Nadu, UNICEF Partner. From KPRIET Team, Dr M Akila, Principal and Members of Centre for Innovation are present.

“At KPR Institute of Engineering and Technology, we believe that education has the power to drive positive change in the world.  we’re proud to launch the KPR SDG Innovation Framework, which will provide our students with the skills and knowledge they need to make a positive impact,” said Dr. Akila Muthuramalingam.

“FISK is one of the best-in-class initiative to promote the innovation among the young minds, which is important for a sustainable economic growth, UNICEF has a keen interest to support such initiatives”, Said Mr.Herve Morin.

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During the program, the possibilities of collaboration between UNICEF and KPRIET has been explored. Which represents the institute’s commitment to innovation and sustainability.

The KPRIET SDG Innovathon Framework is designed to help students understand the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and how they can use their engineering skills to contribute to these goals. The framework has been integrated into the curricula and will provide students with opportunities to collaborate with global partners on projects that promote sustainable development. This FISK initiative of KPRIET was appreciated by UNICEF team.

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