The Chennai-based Mohd. Sathak Group of educational institutions signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the city-based and India’s first IT finishing school Digiterati (estb. 1991), to impart essential employment enhancing skills to 10,500 engineering students every year. The MoU covers all engineering colleges of the Mohd. Sathak Group in Chennai, Kilakarai and Siruseri.
Comments C.A. Ravikumar, a co-founder of Digiterati: “Engineering graduates from rural areas and tier-II cities and smaller towns tend to be at a disadvantage in the job market. Digiterati has a track record of training and certifying students in career-specific advanced IT and soft skills to the satisfaction of employers countrywide. Therefore, this MoU will greatly benefit Mohd. Sathak Group students venturing into the job market.”
Faizal Abudul Quadir, director of the Mohd. Sathak Trust, is equally enthused about the MoU. “Our experience shows that students who undergo training at Digiterati secure easy placements in top companies. This is a major advantage for any college since every employer looks at colleges which can produce students with specific IT skills mapped to career paths and become billable within a short time. This MoU takes our relationship forward by making advanced IT and soft skills available to all our students in a structured fashion,” says Quadir.Posted in Campus