MSRUAS PACE Design Studio is housed on campus. MSRUAS is the fourth institution in India to participate in the PACE Programme. The collaborative corporate effort of General Motors, Auto Desk, Hewlett-Packard, Oracle and Siemens PLM Software was founded at the turn of the century.
PACE supports 65 leading academic institutions in 12 countries. MSRUAS’ long standing association, effective placement programmes and an ongoing association with GM Design Studio located in India warranted an invite to join PACE Program. Suman Bose, Managing Director, Siemens Industry Software India welcomes M S Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences to the programme. Siemens PLM Software partners with GM, PACE and academic institutions to make available qualified design and engineering graduates to the automotive industry.
MSRUAS PACE Design Studio makes available PACE Tools to students and faculty. MSRUAS PACE Centre benefits through in-kind contribution of engineering and design software and hardware valued at over Rs 234 crore from PACE Partner companies.
MSRUAS PACE Design Studio aids students enrolled in Art and Design, Automotive, Mechanical, and Electrical Engineering. Dr. M. R. Jayaram, Chancellor, MSRUAS says the programme is a great opportunity for MSRUAS to enhance academic curriculum with software applications provided by participating companies.
Students gain access to high end hardware and software to help them be industry ready for a further edge in the job market for better opportunities. MSRUAS PACE Design Studio enhances the institute’s art and design, and automotive engineering programmes through advanced teaching tools.
Edward Sizen, Vice President, Engineering and Operations, General Motors Technical Center India [GMTC-I] is proud to be associated with M S Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences. Bringing PACE to MSRUAS is an extension of GM’s commitment to India’s automotive industry. Such advancement in education is critical for development of next generation industry professionals.