Friday, 16 December 2011

Bharath University and Nokia to train students in mobile technology

Bharath University and Nokia India have joined hands to train students to adopt a practical approach to mobile technology. Dr. K P Thooyamani, Vice – Chancellor, Bharath University has signed a MOU with Nokia India. The University will incorporate courses based on the current industry standards as a part of the curriculum, as per the MOU. Experts from Nokia will share their knowledge with aspiring students.
Desperate times...
Bharath University joins hands with Nokia

Dr. K P Thooyamani, Vice – Chancellor, Bharath University said, “Bharath University is doing a series of initiatives to produce students who can be readily absorbed by corporate. Nowadays corporate companies are cutting down investment in training. We have identified certain technologies like mobile computing and cloud services associating with leading MNCs like Nokia, IBM and a few other companies to produce well rounded technology professionals.

Students will be trained on the new modules and they can also select their field of interest. These modules are designed for third and final year students. On completion of the course and certification from Nokia, these students will become Nokia Developer Launchpad members. This will give them access to technologies at Nokia. They will also be updated with upcoming technologies and gain access to regional and global training.

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