Galgotias University signs an MOU with Infosys Ltd.
01/20/2012

The purposes of MOU is enriching the technical education process and jointly work for enhancing the quality of education imparted to students of all the engineering disciplines in the field of Information technology.

Online PR News – 20-January-2012 – – New Delhi 18th January 2012:- Galgotias University signs an MOU with Infosys Ltd for campus connect programme. The purposes of MOU is enriching the technical education process and jointly work for enhancing the quality of education imparted to students of all the engineering disciplines in the field of Information technology.

On the occasion Mr Dhruv Galgotia, CEO of Galgotias University said “The Objective of the MOU is to meet the industry needs and be recognized globally. It will be a support for quality education.” He also said Galgotias University is committed for Quality education.

The purposes of the MOU is enriching the technical education in new subject areas, learning-teaching process and jointly work for enhancing the quality of education imparted to students of all the Information technology disciplines. It will include faculty enablement, students training, project support, support for library, Industrial visit Faculty sabbatical.

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Galgotia University is committed to generating, disseminating and preserving knowledge. Galgotias University is also dedicated to providing its students with an education that combines rigorous academic study and excitement making the students among the top universities of India.

The University admits only excellent students from all walks of life to remain at the forefront of centres of teaching, learning and research and pursue knowledge with rigor because we at Galgotias strongly believe in the creation of knowledge and transmission of ideas to our students.

The programs are known for its emphasis on critical thinking, taking into consideration the real world scenario and the openness of our environment and teaching learning culture. The discussions and interactions in classrooms are so intense that they often move out of the classrooms to the canteens, hostels and other areas of the campus and into the society.