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Memorandum of understanding



Megha Budhia, representative of Oracle Corporation (second left) and Nalla G. Palanisami, Chairman, KMCH ( second right), exchanging an MoU at Dr. NGP Institute Institute of Technology in Coimbatore.

N.G.P. Institute of Technology:

Oracle training

Dr. N.G.P. Institute of Technology entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with Oracle Corporation to launch the Oracle Workforce Development Programme. The programme allows educational institutions to offer Oracle training that led to international certification.

The programme was attended by Megha Budhia from Oracle Corporation, Nalla G. Palaniswami, Chairman, KMCH, and Thavamani D. Palaniswami, Secretary of the institute.



Representatives of Merkelle Unversity and Karpagam University exchanging an MoU on the university premises in Coimbatore.

Karpagam University:

Research and development

Karpagam University and Ethiopian Institute of Technology, Mekelle University, entered into a Memorandum of Understanding to recognise mutual interests in fields of research, development, education, training, transfer of technology and dissemination of knowledge on a non-commercial basis.

The MoU was signed by Mohammed Ali Sharieff, Director, School of Architecture, Karpagam University, and Bereket Araya, Deputy Scientific Director, Merkelle University, exchanged the MoUs.



Paul P. Appasamy, Vice-Chancellor of Karunya University (second right), and Captain V.J. Pushpa Kumar, Director and Chief Patron of the IILS (right), exchanging an MoU in Coimbatore.

Karunya University:

Logistics training

Karunya University inked a Memorandum of Understanding with Indian Institute of Logistics and Society, Chennai, to initiate training in logistics and shipping management.

The MoU will entail the Karunya School of Management and Indian Institute of Logistics and Society to offer a joint MBA in Logistics and Shipping Management from January 2011.

The MoU was exchanged by Paul P. Appasamy, Vice-Chancellor of the university, and Captain V.J. Pushpa Kumar, Director and Chief Patron of the Society.

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