IBM ties up with Baddi University

29th July 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

New Delhi, India, July 29, 2013: Baddi University has collaborated with IBM to offer joint B.Tech. Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) program with industry vertical & technology specializations through their Solan, Himachal Pradesh campus. The joint initiative will not only provide the technical know-how, but also make the syllabi more tuned to real-world problems and solutions, thus ensuring graduates from Baddi University are employment ready when they graduate.

As part of the partnership, IBM will design and deliver the new set of technology & domain courses and train the faculty on the same. The university will engage with students and deliver these courses as well as provide the marketing & infrastructure support to run these programmes. IBM will provide a web based courseware, webinars and subject matter expert to visit to the campus.

The program has been extended to their existing students and offered to the upcoming batches of B.Tech CSE students amounting to nearly 1000 students over the next 4 years. This joint initiative by IBM and Baddi University will augment finishing school efforts of the industry by preparing them better for future employability. The availability of job-ready graduates will also help fill the gap within the IT industry, where fresh graduates take long unproductive time to get deployed on customer sites or projects. The courses are already part of the university’s B.Tech CSE curriculum.

Subram Natarajan, Executive – Systems Solutions Center, Deep Computing and STG Education, IBM India South Asia, said, “Today, there is a greater demand for skilled technology professionals. This initiative will equip the students, at Baddi University, to adapt to the dynamics in the industry and drive technology and business innovation. These courses will imbibe deep theoretical knowledge in students, coupled with broad-based industry alignment, interaction, talent discoverability as well as excellence in their professional practice.”


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