Industrial Tie-ups

The Oracle Academic Initiative (OAI) is a unique partnership with us to integrate Oracle into a standard degree program. The Oracle Academic Initiative specifically targets partnership with the higher education community including Oracle software, state-of-the-art Oracle curriculum, faculty training, and certification resources. The OAI mission is to enable colleges and universities to deliver industry-relevant and marketable Oracle skills to their students as an enhancement to a standard degree program of study.
The Cisco Networking Academy Program teaches students valuable Internet technology skills, including networking, Web design, IT Essentials, Cabling, Java and UNIX. The Academy Curriculum covers a broad range of topics from basics on how to build a network to how to build a website and more complex IT concepts such as applying advanced troubleshooting tools.
The curriculum prepares students for the demands of the workplace and motivates them to continue their education and learning. The program recognizes multiple learning styles of students with Web-based, multimedia content; online assessment and evaluation throughout the course; hands-on labs; and instructor training and support. Upon completion, students have the opportunity to take a certification exam.
The IBM Academic Initiative (formerly called the IBM Scholars Program) offers open standards; open source and IBM technologies and educational resources to help faculty and students stay current with the IT industry. We can now give students access to IBM software through the IBM University Relations. Periodical conduction of workshops on IBM DB2, IBM Web Sphere and other technologies. Around 80 students were certified in DB2 and Web sphere technologies.
Microsoft presents the MSDN Academic Alliance (MSDN AA) Program. MSDN AA is the easiest and most inexpensive way for students and faculty in the technology and design fields to get the latest Microsoft software they need. MSDN AA now refers to a family of memberships available to meet the different needs of the academic audience.