This six months Postgraduate Certificate programme in Technology Commercialisation offered by the International Centre for Technological Innovations aims to develop technology transfer professionals and future leaders in commercialisation of new technologies and intellectual properties. The programme is offered in association with academia, industry, research labs and public sector organizations to deliver the translation of research outcomes into social and economic impact. The programme is for candidates having undergraduate degree in engineering.

Career Outcome

The PGCert. prepares candidates for jobs in technology transfer, building sustainable enterprises, product development, intellectual property management, corporate strategy in marketing or innovation, business venture funding, etc.  The programme helps candidates design the future of their choice. It links entrepreneurs with financial institutions and helps create new ventures. Candidates have the option to continue advanced research and innovation through higher studies abroad with scholarship. Programme includes local, national and international travel opportunities to create valuable network of  inspiring connections. The industrial practicum and interactions also offer ample occasions to meet with potential employers
Fees & Application
We accept applications from candidates holding undergraduate degree in engineering (BTech, BEngg). Freshers and recent graduates awaiting results can also apply. For details of admission procedures and fees contact (+91) 9544136327. All costs related to your accommodation, travel and maintenance have to be borne by you. Limited scholarships are available for financially needy meritorious candidates.

Course Details

The classroom training session during first two months of the programme will help candidates enhance knowledge and skills. The programme includes hands-on workshops and project consultancy. The third month offers local, national and international travel opportunities. Candidates shall scout for new technologies through heavy interactions and meetings with corporations, research labs, innovators, start-ups and others in the innovation community. This will be followed by assessing relevant technologies to narrow down on an innovation to create a viable business model and venture for its commercialization.

Months 1-2: Induction, classroom training, planning field work
Month 3: Travel and interaction with companies, research labs, startups, govt.agencies
Months 4-6: Professional practice and industrial practicum

Entrepreneurial Science and Innovation System
Technology Assessment
Intellectual Property Rights
Business Enterprise and Corporate Governance
Marketing Technological Innovations
Developing Strategic Partnerships
Commercialization Strategies & Venture Planning
Financing Technology Commercialisation and New Ventures