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Satyam joins hands with Malaysian govt to train grads

Satyam joins hands with Malaysian govt to train grads
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First Published: Wed, Aug 22 2007. 12 11 PM IST
Updated: Wed, Aug 22 2007. 12 11 PM IST
Kuala Lumpur: The top Indian IT solutions provider, Satyam Computer Services Ltd will join hands with the Malaysian government to train the country’s graduates to become excellent workers.
The programme “Campus Link” aims to help the Universities across this south-east Asian country to get the industry’s input regarding curricula changes to suit industry’s requirement.
Under the programme both lecturers and graduates will be trained at Satyam’s facilities here and in India.
Lecturers will also have to undergo a five-day industrial training stint at Satyam’s Global Delivery Centre here as well as take part in a six month long sabbatical at Satyam’s headquarters in India.
“Making our graduates industry-ready is not just about curriculum changes and training them but also about making the lecturers aware of the industry’s needs,” Malaysia’s Multimedia Development Corporation CEO Badlisham Ghazali said here.
He felt that the lecturers needed to know how to enhance the curricula in order that these courses relevant to the needs of the industry.
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First Published: Wed, Aug 22 2007. 12 11 PM IST
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