Consortium for Technical Education inks MoU with the Central India Group of Colleges to impart technical skills to students in State of Maharashtra

Consortium for Technical Education inks MoU with the Central India Group of Colleges to impart technical skills to students in State of Maharashtra

23, December 2022: Consortium for Technical Education (CTE) and the Central India Group of Colleges under the aegis of Mehmuda Shikshan and Mahila Gramin Vikas Bahuddeshiya Sanstha (MSMGVBS) signed a Memorandum of Understanding to provide technical knowledge by developing industry specific programs. The collaboration will enable CTE to aid Central India Group of Colleges in providing students with hands-on experience through a curriculum based on the latest technology and helping in the process of upskilling, reskilling, and disseminating skills needed for the 21st-century workforce.

CTE will aid Central India Group of Colleges in conducting a range of educational programs including video-based training courses with the relevant software products, hand-on virtual labs, instructor-led courses and workshops, seminars and webinars presented by domain experts, “Train the Trainer” programs for faculty staff and students. In addition, CTE has a dedicated SOC team to advise on cyber security framework and managed security services on email security, data security, end-point security and network security. CTE provides dedicated learning centers and e-learning portals to access these programs. CTE supports Industry and Academia recognized certification training programs, aiding job opportunity prospects upon completion of the program.

K. A. Alagarsamy, Director, Consortium for Technical Education (CTE), said, “In our effort to broaden the technical skillsets amongst the students in the country, our collaboration with the Central India Group of colleges under the aegis of Mehmuda Shikshan and Mahila Gramin Vikas Bahuddeshiya Sanstha (MSMGVBS) enables us to upskill and reskill the learners in Maharashtra with the Industry required technical knowledge. It further strengthens the scope of indigenous research in the state by providing the researchers with the right technical tools and platform to showcase their work.”

Dr. Ravi Prem Kalsait, Principal, Central India Group of Institutions under the aegis of Mehmuda Shikshan and Mahila Gramin Vikas Bahuddeshiya Sanstha (MSMGVBS), said, “Our aim has always been to empower the students at our group of colleges with the most recent skill sets which are in demand in the job market. Our association with CTE serves our aim as CTE brings a wide array of programs such as the video-based courses on latest innovative technologies and products, instructor-led training programs, access to 24×7 e-Learning portals setup on dedicated LMS, seminars & webinars led by industry experts, e-Magazine, grants for research, and latest software products & technical Support to aid the students in developing new skills.”

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