FICCI Ladies Organization (FICCI-FLO) is the women wing of Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FICCI), the apex business chamber of India. Established in 1983, FLO is a national body with the prime objective of women empowerment through the promotion of entrepreneurship and professional excellence. FLO believes that the resources and strengths of women need to be channelized, to help their full potential. It acts as a catalyst for the social and economic advancement of women and society at large. Educational and vocational training programmes, talks, seminars, panel discussions and workshops on a vast range of subjects especially concerning women and business are a part of this process. FICCI Flo has entered with an MoU with PSGCAS EDC in 2016, to join hands in promoting Entrepreneurship training and mentorship. They are our knowledge and branding partners, who support all participants of EDC training programmes with networking and mentoring in their business activities.
Annual Event conducted by FICCI FLO Coimbatore Chapter, which hosts PSGCAS EDC participants where they exhibit their products and get to know their market potential.
Young Indians (Yi) is an integral part of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), a non-government, not-for-profit, industry led and industry managed organisation playing a proactive role in India's development process. A Memorandum of understanding was entered into on 3rd September 2015 between PSG College of Arts & Science and Young Indians. It was mutually agreed that in tune with the Yi Yuva vision to influence, inspire and motivate millions of students across the country, Yi will work with PSG CAS by forming a Yi Chaupal. Yi members of PSG CAS participated in various events like Swachh Bharat, "Smart City Hackathon" , ‘HORN NOT OK PLEASE’ (HNOP), “Coffee with CEO”, ‘sticker campaign’ for HNOP, entrepreneurship Camp exclusive for Young Indians (Yi) YUVA Institutions, participation of Yi members in organizing the Coimbatore Vizha, Participation in YUVA Meditation workshop with the Heartfullness Institute, Blue Ocean Dialogue Workshop’, active participation in ‘Massoom’ (Girl Child Safety Project) and ‘Gift an Organ’ projects. An awareness programme on ‘Horn Not OK Please’ (HNOP) was conducted to the TNSTC drivers at TNSTC Training Institute, Pollachi. They insisted on sensible usage of honking and along with the Drama Club of PSG CAS, the ill effects of noise pollution was insisted through skit. Around 200 TNSTC drivers participated in the programme. From the day of inception, Young Indians (Yi), PSG CAS continues to perform various activities vibrantly. Dr. E.Mythily, Coordinator Young Indians, PSG CAS bagged the Best YUVA Coordinator Award and Best Entrepreneurship Event Award was bagged by the Entrepreneurship Development Cell of PSG CAS for the year 2015.