Now, CT Group Students’ to validate their skills with certification from Autodesk and Tally

Faculty and Student exchange programmes will be organized to uplift the research work and research projects
Jalandhar 11 September (Jaswinder Azad)- The students of CT Group can now Kick-start their professional development with certifications from Autodesk authorized software product training and authorized training centre of Tally Institute of Learning. This is because, CT Group signed a Memorandum of Understanding with ARCC, AutoDesk Channel Partner and Cyber Labs to promote academic and research co-operation.
Dr. Harsh Sadarwarti (Pro Vice Chancellor, CT University) and Mr. Manjit Singh (Director, ARCC and Tally Solutions) formally signed an agreement on behalf of their respective organizations.  The organizations entered into the MoU with the purpose of developing a framework to promote practical and technical collaborations through exchange of students and faculty. The norms of the MoU also include joint research work, formulation of joint research projects, sharing of facilities, project/training work of students.
Mr. Manjit Singh (Director, ARCC and Cyber Labs) said, “CT Group has a lot of potential in providing best of the World Class facilities to students at their multi-facility campuses. At their Shahpur and Maqusdan campuses under CT Group of Institutions and CT University, both ARCC and Cyber Labs will help the faculty and students to master the industry tools, techniques for professional practice. They will get the Authorized certification from Autodesk and Tally.”
Dr. Harsh Sadarwarti (Pro Vice Chancellor, CT University) said, “CT Group with ARCC and Cyber Labs recognize that they have many common interests and there will be mutual benefits from collaboration and co-operation. We, jointly wish to standardize and formalize the relationship in order to provide consistency, and for the preparation and administration of programs.”
S. Charanjit Singh Channi (Chancellor, CT University) expressed his gratitude towards ARCC and CyberLabs for signing a MoU with CT Group, he said, “This MoU would help the students to explore the widen fields at technical boundaries.”
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