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Jaya group of Engineering Colleges has signed MoU with BSNL, Chennai on 07/01/2015

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Jaya Engineering College, Sakthi Engineering College,Srinivasa Institute of Engineering and Technology and Jaya Institute of engineering and Technology has signed an MoU with the Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Telecom training centre, BSNL, Chennai onWednesday, 07/01/2015. Prof.A.Kanagaraj,Chairman Jaya Educational Trust signed the MoU with Mr.G.Kanagaraj,Divisional Enginer, BSNL, Tamil nadu the presence of Prof.Dr.E.Kaliappan, Academic Coordinator, Jaya Engineering College, Professors and Head of all the departments in a simple function held in the college campus.

The group was the first international chapter of the Sigma Iota Epsilon (SIE) outside USA.[1] The group has a MoU with Korea’s oldest University, Chonbuk National University, which includes collaborative teaching, training and student exchanges. A similar MoU exists with Danish Koge Business School.

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Jaya Groups MOU’s Signed
Durban institute in tie-up with Jaya Engineering College
By Our Special Correspondent

CHENNAI, MARCH 14 . A team from the Durban Institute of Technology (DIT), South Africa, visited Indian higher education institutions last week looking for avenues for academic and research ties.

The principal and Vice-Chancellor of DIT, D. J. Ncayiyana, who led the delegation, told The Hindu that he had held preliminary talks with the Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur and Chennai, besides the Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE).

In Chennai, the Institute signed an MoU with the Jaya College of Engineering that would pave way for faculty visits and exchanges among the two institutions, student visits for professional and cultural enrichment, participation in conferences and recruitment of Ph.D and other research scholars in the field of science, engineering and academic positions at DIT, he added.

The Durban institute was highly-rated among local and international students, said Dr. Ncayiyana. However, it does not provide any programmes in medicine. “But we do provide dental technology programmes to create adjunct professionals who help the dental surgeon at work,” hesaid.

The Institute in Durban institute has 20,000 students (including a few hundred international students) and is known for programmes in commerce, I.T, sciences and engineering — especially electrical and electronics, besides architecture and town planning. “We also have strong profile in basic sciences, visual arts and fashion design. In the area of basic and higher research we are known for development of composites, water purification systems,” said Kiru Naidoo, Executive Assistant to the Vice-Chancellor.

The Chairman and Vice Chairman of Jaya Engineering College, A. Kanagaraj and K. Navaraj, said the college was keen on department-to-department linkages with the DIT. The Vice-Chancellor delivered the convocation address at the college, and distributed degrees to the new graduates on Friday.

MoU to facilitate research
  • The Textiles Departments of Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic, and Jaya Engineering College entered into an MoU recently.
  • According to a press release, the collaboration provided for joint research and development projects, exchange of teaching materials, faculty and student exchange.
  • A team of professors led by J. Militky, Vice-Dean (International Relations) of the university, participated in the Indo-Czech Textile Conference.


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