Hyderabad, Feb 13 (UNI) Satyam Computer Services Limited today announced the successful commencement of its Faculty Sabbatical Programme (FSP) under which 25 faculty members from key Malaysian Universities would undergo a month-long programme to enable them to groom fresh graduates for entry-level positions in the company.
The programme, including technology, process and essential behaviour traits, would also be exposed to real life projects and understand critical factors that could ensure success, a release said here.
Satyam Learning Centre Head Rajul Asthana said ''this is a part of a larger strategic competency development initiative called Campus Link. It is aimed at bridging the gap between academia and industry needs. Our touch points are primarily at three levels - students who make up tomorrow's resource pool, faculty who is responsible for making them employable and administration which is responsible for keeping the curriculum current and relevant.'' ''Through this initiative, we endeavour to develop sustainable academic relations with major Universities and educational establishments. As a contributing member of the people development eco-system, we do our part to help harness the full potential of ICT in Malaysia,'' he added.
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