Mangaluru: St Agnes College (Autonomous) signs MoU with Kakunje Software Private Limited

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Mangaluru, Oct 13: St Agnes College (Autonomous) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Kakunje Software Private Limited, Mangaluru on October 12, 2021.
The purpose behind signing of MoU between St Agnes College (Autonomous) and Kakunje Software Private Limitedis to strengthen and encourage academic co-operation and knowledge sharing by way of internships; Human resource training to provide technical skills to students on recent technological trends and to provide guidance to faculty doing their PhD research and collaborative research work.

Expressing happiness at the signing of the agreement, Sr Dr M Venissa A C, principal said, “The agreement will help our students improve and exhibit their skills and become industry ready.” The principal was equally sure that the workshops to be conducted will add to the knowledge and skill levels of the students.

The signatories of the MOU were Sr Dr M Venissa A C, principal, St Agnes College (Autonomous) and Gopala Krishna Bhat, managing director, Kakunje Software Private Limited.
Sr Dr Vinora A C, PG coordinator, Jonita Rasquinha, incharge HOD-Big Data Analytics, Hannabel Alva, assistant professor and Aparna Perade, director, Kakunje Software Private Limited were also present for the signing ceremony.



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