Systems Limited and UET Lahore inked an MOU for Training & Development of Students
Systems Limited and the University of Engineering and Technology (UET) Lahore worked on student training and development to fulfil future talent demands. Systems Limited’s Toima Asghar, CHRO, Muhammad Amin, SVP Cloud Services, Adil Sikander, AVP Talent Acquisition, and Adeel Ahmed Chatha, Manager/Lead Industrial & Academia Linkages, and Prof. Dr. Syed Mansoor Sarwar, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Kamran, Dean, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Shoaib, Chairman, Computer Science Department, Prof. Dr. Shazi
Systems Limited and UET Lahore collaborated to provide UET students with technological skills through workshops, training, and certifications. Scholarships will be given to students to celebrate their achievements. Systems and UET aspire to bridge the gap between academia and industry by teaching these students about the IT sector. Students in their final year will be able to gain industry information for their final-year projects (FYPs). The goal of the partnership is to build the curriculum through a collaborative effort between professors and industry specialists, taking into account current market trends and future industry expectations.
Toima Asghar and Muhammad Amin spoke with the students about important market skills and technical developments in fields such as information technology, healthcare, logistics, construction, and e-commerce. Muhammad Amin focused on a variety of technological streams in cloud services, including Amazon Web Services, Azure, DevOps, and Google Cloud Platform.
“This MOU between Systems Limited and UET Lahore is a sincere effort on the part of academia and industry to share knowledge, skills, and resources to accomplish mutually compatible goals of student training and development, innovation, and commercialization,” Toima Asghar, CHRO at Systems Limited, said. We will equip students with the essential knowledge and exposure in order to help them build the skills they will need to meet future industrial demands.”
“I am really enthusiastic about this cooperation,” said Muhammad Amin, SVP – Cloud Services at Systems Limited. Skill-based learning focuses on boosting employability through a series of inputs designed to provide students with relevant hands-on skills that will help them be work ready.”
“I am glad that UET Lahore is one of the pioneer universities to cooperate with industry giants like Systems Limited in order to improve our students,” stated Prof. Dr. Syed Mansoor Sarwar, Vice Chancellor, UET. In order to compete in both national and international markets, our students will be mentored by Systems’ specialists.”
“UET has a very strong focus on industrial – academic links in order to stimulate innovation and deliver excellent human resources to the industry,” stated Prof. Dr. Muhammad Shoaib, Chairman, Computer Science Department, UET. We are excited to be working with Systems Limited and look forward to a bright future for both companies.”
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