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Advance Auto Parts Signs MoU With Vardhman College Of Engineering & VNR Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engineering & Technology

The multi-year collaboration, which will begin in the second half of 2022, will include the development of a bespoke and innovative curriculum focused on innovative technologies, training programs and guest lectures among other things

Global Capability Center of Advance Auto Parts,  a leading automotive aftermarket parts provider and a Fortune 500 company, in Hyderabad has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) today with two prestigious universities in Hyderabad, including Vardhman College Of Engineering and VNR Vignana Jyothi Institute of Engineering & Technology, to launch a comprehensive skills development program with the goal of bridging the talent availability gap between academia and industry and producing workforce-ready graduates.

The multi-year collaboration, which will begin in the second half of 2022, will include the development of a bespoke and innovative curriculum focused on innovative technologies, training programs and guest lectures among other things.

We are extremely thrilled to sign this MoU with two of the top engineering colleges in the state, Vardhman, and VNR, and contribute towards the development of Hyderabad's talent eco-system."

Our courses and training programs will offer real-time knowledge and practical programs featuring tailored business training modules, thereby giving student’s an opportunity to graduate with recognized tertiary qualifications and highly employable and in-demand credentials.

Advance's collaboration with Vardhman and VNR VJIET is part of the company's Global University Programs, which will provide assets, training, curriculum content, and hands-on labs to academic institutions to advance relevant skills for today's workforce. The company is committed to educating, nurturing, and training talent around the world through partnerships with leading institutions and bodies.

 



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