Rishabh Integrated Skill Enhancement (RISE) is pleased to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Gujarat State Fertilizers & Chemicals (GSFC) University for the exchange of technology education programs. Under this agreement, the students get access to an extensive knowledge pool to become industry-ready through next-gen skill-based programs.
The agreement between Rishabh Software (RISE) and GSFC University is unique in nature because it will leverage the strengths of both institutions to create newer & better opportunities in technical education that meets the current and future workforce demands. Most importantly, the objective would be to help meet the industry needs of students to support their “College to Corporate” journey.
Mr. Srinivasa Rao Challa, Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Rishabh Software, Dr. Nikhil Zaveri, Provost, GSFC University & Dr. Rajesh Khajuria, Vice President, LearnAtRISE, signed the MOU that formalized the agreement that will be of great benefit to students.
“We are proud to partner with GSFC University as we’ll work with them to create a pathway for their technical education students to increase their career opportunities and earnings potential,” said Mr. Srinivasa Challa, Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Rishabh Software. “This is a great day for both RISE and GSFC University as we expand our educational opportunities in the Gujarat region,” added Dr. Rajesh Khajuria, Vice President, RISE.
With a focus on skill development, training and research, this MoU would focus on;
“We are excited to provide this opportunity to our students. This initiative will catalyze the development of collaborative and mutually beneficial programs to enhance the intellectual and professional development across both institutions,” said Provost Dr. Nikhil Zaveri, GSFC University.
Through the MOU, RISE and GSFC University will work together to promote several initiatives including student exchanges, faculty and staff exchanges, curriculum development & collaborative research in fields of interest common to both institutions.