Vivekanand Education Society’s College of Arts, Science and Commerce (Autonomous), a premier education institute of Mumbai, has partnered with the city’s leading professional learning firm, GlobalGyan Academy of Management Education to launch its new-age autonomous courses including undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. The courses aim to meet the talent requirements across industries through a flexible, holistic and well-designed curriculum. The partnership marks the coming together of two education stalwarts of India who will groom students to make them ready for employment and entrepreneurship.
The new courses are designed around industry-oriented, work-integrated, NEP (New Education Policy) aligned modules across key sectors like automation, data science, data analytics, ecommerce, governance, as well as banking and finance. The innovative courses are developed to prepare the future workforce to pursue new career opportunities in emerging industries. The new programmes aim to bridge India’s gaping gap of college to cubicle. Along with traditional learning, the courses will provide a myriad of benefits such as collaboration and leadership skills, application of emerging technologies, improved communication and persuasiveness, and an engagement with the corporate world through guest sessions, projects, and internships.
The autonomous courses will soon be admitting students for the 2022-23 academic year. Students who have completed their class 12 board exam with any stream, board and institute are eligible for these courses.
Commenting on the launch of the new-age courses, Dr. Anita Kanwar, principal, VES College said, “Companies no longer want inhibited professionals. We have worked hard in the last two years to get closer to the industry. Our launch of new courses in partnership with GlobalGyan is a testament to those efforts.
The race for talent is now a global one. The programmes being introduced by VES and GlobalGyan will address the country’s massive skill gap among its youth. The innovative courses delivered as a mixed model of hands-on training and industry-standard material will prepare students for high-demand career opportunities in industries such as robotics, automation, Industry 4.0, and electronics.”
Commenting on the partnership with VES, Srinivasa Addepalli, founder-CEO, GlobalGyan said, “India’s talent gap can only be bridged through a collaborative approach between the corporate and academic worlds. We are excited to partner with VES, one of the oldest and esteemed institutes in India, in creating courses that will make our youth future-ready.”
Vivekanand Education Society’s College of Arts, Science and Commerce is a NAAC accredited (“A” Grade) institution of Mumbai University with over 14 colleges under its cluster. To learn more, visit https://ves.ac.in/vesasc/home.
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