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Jerusalem Innovation & Incubation Council (JIIC)

Jerusalem Innovation & Incubation Council (JIIC)

JIIC is established under the ambit of Jerusalem College of Engineering (JCE), an autonomous institution, accredited by NBA with NAAC with A grade. JIIC has 6250 sq. ft state-of-art facility to facilitate startup’s and entrepreneurial & innovative ecosystem.


The overall purpose of setting up an incubation council is to promote a culture of innovation and encourage, nurture creativity of our budding engineers and prospective entrepreneurs towards launching commercially viable startup companies. In addition, this proposed incubation council would help the people around Chennai who seek working space, technical support and market analysis for establishing their startup venture.


To establish state of the art incubation council to cater start up guidance, technological support and nurture young firms to grow eventually to succeed through industry connect and mentoring.

  • Provide physical infrastructure such as co-working space, uninterruptable power, interdisciplinary lab facility, and computing & internet facility to motivate the young entrepreneur.
  • Motivate students, alumni, faculty& staff members of parent institution and people around the college to plan for startup through entrepreneurial talks and awareness.
  • Aid the young entrepreneurs in providing technical support, financial support, legal services, equip them with training & workshops and guide them for suitable market.
  • Associate academic institutions, partner contract with research institutions and industries, motivate technology patent and Intrapreneurship support.
Incubation Council facilities:

Fourth floor of the new building is identified for establishing JIIC. This floor has the following infrastructures and shall be used for various requirements of incubation council.

  • Two seminar halls with dimension of 32’x30’size furnished with 60 chairs, chalk board, white board etc.
  • Nine halls of size 30’x16’ for the purpose a classroom, JIIC office and sub centres of JIIC.
  • Board room/meeting hall
  • Wash room facility for staff and students in fourth floor (Gents) and third floor (ladies)
Consultancy / Advisory/Activities
  • Building Innovation ecosystem in the campus through
    • creative/design thinking
    • workshop & Seminars
    • Idea Festival
    • Prototype Exhibition
  • Setting up and managing the Innovation Cell
    • Required area identification
    • Infrastructure requirement
    • Man power requirement
    • Technology requirement
  • Business Pre-Incubation startup
    • management
    • creating 3 student startups (by alumni, III & IV year students and faculty members)
      • Analysis
      • Reports
      • Documents
      • Training
      • Startup awards
  • Patent filing for the innovative products or prototypes
  • MoU & tie-ups with other incubation centers
  • Co-incubation creation and support
  • Monthly training program – to motivate startup culture
  • Aligning faculty research works towards innovation and startup creation
  • Initiating startup proposal to the funding agency
    • ATAL Innovation Mission
    • MSME
Sub Centres of JIIC
  1. Entrepreneurship Development cell (EDC)
  2. Innovation Centre/Fabrication Lab
  3. Space for funded projects/sponsored projects
  4. Centre for Innovation in teaching & learning
  5. Lecture Capturing Unit
  6. Media Laboratory
  7. Lab space


  • Poster making competition on Innovation
  • Regular Workshop on “Entrepreneurship and Innovation as Career Opportunity”
  • Skill Development Workshop
  • Entrepreneur skill Development program
  • Conducting Entrepreneurship Awareness Camps, Guest lectures, My Success Story- Experience sharing programs from renowned entrepreneurs
  • Industrial visits to start-ups, Incubation centers, and facilitation centers for students.
  • signed MoUs with leading associations and industries for conducting entrepreneurship enhancements programs.
  • Initiated Young Indians Yuva club for promoting entrepreneurial skills through various programs.
  • open to MSMEs, Indian startups, Indian Companies, Students/ Developers/ Professionals/ Community members
  • Students of 3rd & 4th year of undergraduate, graduate, post graduates of professional courses as well as Researchers of are allowed.
  • The Selected start-up company / Incubatee will be hosted and seeded in the incubator for a period of 1 year, for which a part of the grant will be utilized.

Innovation day program is planned to conduct every year during February or March