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PDM Group, a leading educational institution of north India has collaborated with SAP Technologies, India, to incorporate SAP curriculum to its students. The programme explores the students and faculty to the latest SAP technologies and enables universities to integrate SAP software into their teaching by partnering to build technology skills. 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.

Chitresh Lather, CEO of PDM University, said: “PDM University is committed to ensure employment ready graduates and the collaboration with SAP India is a part of the many endeavors of PDM University in this direction. This tie up will enable the graduates to enter the corporate world with a competitive edge and he accepted as global professionals with a well-defined career path.”

Recently, PDM University has also collaborated with IBM Corporation through IBM Career education programme to offer an exclusive opportunity to Engineering and Management aspirants through futuristic Bachelor of Technology courses with specialisation in association with IBM such as — BTech in Computer Science and Engineering (specialisation in Big Data Analytics), BTech in Computer Science and Engineering (specialisation in Cloud Computing) and Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Analytics.

 
 
 
 
 

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