CII to conduct workshop on Higher Education Curriculum

CII to conduct workshop on Higher Education Curriculum

January 21, 2018

Mysuru: CII Southern Region in partnership with SDM Institute for Management and Development (SDM-IMD) is organising a workshop on ‘Restructuring and Redesigning the Curriculum in Higher Education to meet Industry Needs’ on Jan.24 and 25 at SDM-IMD here.

The primary objective of the proposed curriculum restructuring and redesign workshop is to help higher education institutions gain advantage in ‘producing’ graduates who will meet the changing skill and knowledge demands of the industry.

The workshop will also help higher education institutions in enhancing learning outcomes and establish a collaborative, mutually satisfying relationship between the industry and higher education institutions.

The key speakers for the workshop include Arjun Ranga, Chairman, CII Mysuru; Prof. J. Philip, President, Xavier Institute of Management & Entrepreneurship, Bengaluru; Dr. Sundararaman, CEO, Sri Krishna Institutions, Coimbatore; Dr. Madhuri Dubey, Founder Editor, National Skills Network (NSN), Hyderabad; Dr. Gururaj Kidiyoor, Professor & Marketing Area Chair, TAPMI, Manipal; Thothathri Raman, Chairman, SEAA Trust, New Delhi; Dasari Ramakrishna, MD, Efftronics Services Pvt Ltd, Vijayawada and Robert Grobbauer, MD & COO, AT&S India Pvt Ltd, Mysuru.

The workshop is open only for Faculty members (senior level) and Industry representatives. Interested may register with Sandhya at: [email protected]; [email protected], according to a press release.

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