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Nano Master Program from German Varsity now can be pursued through Joint Certification with Indian Sector Skill Councils

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German Varsity, a cluster of 10+ Universities and 40+ Industries in Germany, have announced a first-of-its-kind collaboration with Indian Sector Skill Councils (SSCs) for certification courses in new-age disciplines. This development marks a significant milestone in recognising and accrediting German Varsity’s Nano Master Program. The collaboration now enables candidates to receive joint certification programs with SSCs.

This collaborative initiative aims to unite industry leaders, educational institutions, and stakeholders from the Electronics, Management, and Automotive sectors.  For this, at a ceremony held in New Delhi on Dec 13, German Varsity entered into five Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs), three of which were with prominent sector skill councils: Electronics Sector Council of India (ESSCI), Management & Entrepreneurship and Professional Skills Council (MEPSC), and Automotive Skills Development Council (ASDC). Additionally, two MoUs were signed with universities, KR Mangalam University (Gurgaon) & Sharda University (Noida).

The event underscored the importance of global career enhancement certification programs with SSC recognition. Emphasizing the significance of global career enhancement certification programs, it seeks to create a pathway for individuals to acquire internationally recognised skills aligned with industry-specific needs.

Initially, three courses were launched in Online Virtual mode, each with a duration of 10 months and 20 credits: AI & Applications Technology Leadership, International Management & Technology Leadership, and Mechatronics, Robotics, 5G & Technology Leadership. Those present a the signing event included Dr Abhilasha Gaur (COO, ESSCI), Arindam Lahiri (CEO, ASDC), Col Anil Pokhriyal (CEO, MEPSC), Philip Assmus (CEO, The Factor – Y).

Raj Vangapandu, President of German Varsity, commenting on the partnership said, “This coming together has opened doors for aspiring students and professionals aiming for fulfilling careers in Germany. We’re thrilled to have established a platform that bridges the gap between raw talent and boundless opportunities, all while nurturing Indo-German partnerships. As per NEP 2020, which states that 40% of skill courses can be incorporated into the curriculum by universities, we are collaborating with Indian universities. German Varsity also offers other programs like internships, apprenticeships, semester exchanges, dual-degree programs, master’s courses, bachelor courses, etc.”

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