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Warangal: Vaagdevi Engineering College inks pact with Quadrant
Good news for the students of the Vaagdevi Engineering College (VEC). The VEC has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Quadrant Resource Company towards advanced technical training on skill development and Job placements of students.
Warangal: Good news for the students of the Vaagdevi Engineering College (VEC). The VEC has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Quadrant Resource Company towards advanced technical training on skill development and Job placements of students.
The Vaagdevi Colleges Secretary and Correspondent Dr Ch Devender Reddy and the Quadrant Resource Quadrant CEO Vamshi Reddy signed a pact in this regard at the VEC in Bollikunta, a suburban village of Warangal city, on Tuesday.
Speaking on occasion, Shanta Thoutam, Vice-President, Corporate Innovation & Business Development of T-Hub, said that Warangal is all set to become Information Technology (IT) hub in a couple of years with more and more companies establishing their production centres in the IT Special Economic Zone (SEZ) at Madikonda. Referring to the Tech Mahindra, which opened its development centre, and the Cyient, which launched its operations in 2017 from the IT Incubation Centre, she said that the State government was giving much needed push to the industry growth in Warangal.
She emphasised the need for students acquiring industry-ready skills. The need of the hour is appetite for success and willingness to work hard, she said. Aim high and become entrepreneurs, which propel the economic growth of the nation, Shanta said.
Quadrant Resource CEO Vamshi Reddy said: "The objective is to bridge the gaps between academia and industry requirements. We will provide students project-based, internship experience before absorbing them." He said that the students have a dream to grow and progress in their life by utilising the opportunity to learn the skill development in their college." He suggested the students fulfil their dream with they need to work hard and study well.
He said that Quadrant Resource is the third major company to open its office in Warangal, after Cyient and Tech Mahindra. IT minister KT Rama Rao has recently announced that another IT company Mindtree has expressed willingness to operate their office in Warangal soon. With these companies, local youth will create employment. At present, the IT-based companies are coming forward to set their branches in Warangal and it's going to be a second IT hub after the capital city, Reddy said.
Devender Reddy said that there would be many changes especially in education such as project-based learning. "We are striving hard to prepare students industry-ready," Devender Reddy said.
Dean SSVN Sharma, Director Dr Vani Reddy, Principal K Prakash, Vice-Principal Thirupathi Rao, Dean Chandramouli, Incubation Manager K Kaushik and CRT Head C Jayalaxmi were among others present.