ICT Academy to collaborate with Vaagdevi Engineering College
The city-based Vaagdevi Engineering College has entered into collaboration with the ICT Academy towards advanced technical training and skill development of students.
Warangal: The city-based Vaagdevi Engineering College has entered into collaboration with the ICT Academy towards advanced technical training and skill development of students.
An agreement in this connection was signed at the College at Bollikunta on the outskirts of Warangal on Monday. The ICT Academy Telangana Head N Amarnath and the college authorities have exchanged the documents of collaboration.
ICT Academy, not-for-profit society and an initiative of union government in collaboration with the State governments and industries endeavours to train the higher education teachers and students on developing the next generation teachers and industry ready students, Amarnath said.
The Academy was launched to meet the skill requirements of the industry and generate more employment by means of faculty development, student skill development, entrepreneurship development, youth empowerment, industry-institute interaction and digital empowerment and research, he added.
The college principals K Prakash and P Prasada Rao informed that the membership offered by the ICT Academy as part of the Central governments’ initiatives like Skill India and Make In India would boost the employment opportunities of the students.
As part of the collaboration, the students of the college would be trained by MNCs like Microsoft, TCS, Oracle Cognizant and others, they said. Deans SSVN Sharma and P Venkat Reddy Industry Institute Interaction Cell coordinator Ch Raju and others were present.
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