FEE, a registered society in the state of Karnataka for promoting various engineering and management related activities was started in the year 2003. The core team of the society has engineers, management professionals, scientists, academicians, and professionals from research establishments in India and abroad. Ever since its inception, FEE has contributed with its professional expertise through conducting various technical seminars and workshops for various private and public-sector organizations and engineering colleges. It is also collaborating and synergizing with various organizations to bring about a broader outlook in the fields of engineering, management, emerging technologies like nano, bio- informatics, bio-medical, power and energy. It is also looking into the social issues like shortage of water, remedies, and scientific methods for harvesting rain water, by conducting national and international seminar.
FARE is a registered society under the K.S.R. Act and a partner institution of Bharathiar University, Coimbatore (accredited by NAAC with an “A” Grade) and an ISO 9001:2008 certified institution. The institute offers students the unique opportunity to pursue the MBA program that is structured keeping in mind the needs of industry and focuses on the more practical aspect of management thereby providing a real-world knowledge for the students. The faculty has been chosen meticulously to represent both academics and industry.
Consortium of professional organizations is promoted by Foundation for Educational Excellence (FEE) to provide common platform for better interaction between practitioners from diverse domains of science & technology. The current focus is on information dissemination of funded research opportunities for higher educational institutions.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is a professional association founded in 1963 as a result of the amalgamation of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute of Radio Engineers. Today, it is the world's largest association of technical professionals with more than 400,000 members in chapters around the world. Its objectives include the educational and technical advancement of electrical and electronic engineering, telecommunications, computer engineering and allied disciplines.
The World Confederation of Productivity Science (WCPS) links individuals and organizations around the globe who are committed to (or want to explore) productivity improvement as a means of creating wealth and improving the quality of life for regions and nations. The organization takes a broad, inclusive and holistic view of productivity recognizing that to be sustainable, businesses, governments and other organizations have to address social, environmental and economic productivities. It focuses on promoting approaches that measure and improve all three facets of SEE productivity. WCPS works primarily through its two Divisions – the World Network of Productivity Organizations (WNPO) and the World Academy of Productivity Science (WAPS).
WCPS identifies and supports WNPO organizations that include both national and regional productivity promotion organizations. WAPS identifies and inducts eminent professionals who devote much of their life enhancing productivity, development of Science and implementation. In addition, the members of the WCPS Board- with the experienced productivity professionals – are called upon to facilitate workshops and conduct trainings to help others work through their own, tailored approaches to improving productivity. The World Productivity Congress and a series of smaller, customized regional events are organized to support the growing network and spread the message. As a global organization, WCPS recognizes and celebrates geographic and cultural differences and does not promote a “one size fits all” programme or methodologies.
The Institute of Productivity (IoP) is a think-tank, publishing house and strategic consultancy focusing on the trade and business benefits addressing all of social, environmental and economic productivities and creating long-term, sustainable organizations and economies. The institute understands all businesses have to be financially successful it also understands that total concentration on financial success often leads to short-term thinking and sub-optimal behaviour. Of the 3 SEE productivities, social productivity has been the most neglected elements and the institute aims to help redress the balance by focusing on ways in which the benefits of productivity growth can be realized and shared in ways which meet the needs and aspirations of a range of stakeholders.