MREI to offer SAP courses to bridge industry-academia gap

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Faridabad (India), Mar.11 (ANI-NewsVoir): Taking forward the commitment of excellence and a vow to create futuristic global leaders, Manav Rachna Educational institutions (MREI), on Friday collaborated with SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) to offer extensive range of courses to all its students.

SAP Student Academy is designed to provide cutting-edge and effective SAP training to aspiring students. This will enable them to bridge the industry-academia gap and enhance their employability and entrepreneurship opportunities.

Over 1500 students of Manav Rachna International University (MRIU) and Manav Rachna University (MRU) will enroll for SAP Student Academy program over the next coming years. This will aid students to enhance their career prospects as well as synergize with the shared vision of ‘Make in India’ and ‘Skill India’.

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MREI envisages this development as a quantum leap in the right direction for the students. Dr. Prashant Bhalla, President Manav Rachna Educational Institution said: “SAP courses will make our students industry ready to face the challenges of the corporate world. MREI has ventured on an academic collaboration with SAP to herald a training culture and address the much lamented industry-academia gap.”

SAP Student Academy has been successful in imparting affordable SAP trainings to over 15,000+ students across 200+ institutes in India.

Cameron Brown, regional VP and head of education – Asia Pacific, Japan and Greater China at SAP said: “In today’s digital economy, it is imperative that students imbibe change and adapt to suit the needs of the hyper dynamic industry. SAP’s enablement programs are getting students ready to master latest technologies, so that they can run their lives and careers with NO LIMIT. The SAP Program will give students an opportunity for job-ready skills along with Quality Education.” (ANI-NewsVoir)

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