VIT-AP University join hands with Juniper Networks Cloud & Automation Academy (JNCAA)

FPJ BureauUpdated: Monday, May 31, 2021, 12:33 PM IST
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The signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the at Juniper Networks Cloud & Automation Academy (JNCAA) and School of Computer Science and Engineering, VIT-AP University and was held Virtually on 25th May 2021. Dr. S V Kota Reddy, Vice-Chancellor, VIT–AP University after signing the MoU with JNCAA, told that this collaboration will help faculty and students to get Juniper Training & Certification. This collaboration can bring forth 10 Industry demand courses with lots of research & Career opportunities in the Cloud & Networking Space Most impor-tantly, VIT-AP University Juniper Program certified students will be given additional priority by the Juniper team during its recruitment which offers Super Dream Jobs.

Ms. Archana Yadav, Program Manager, Juniper Networks Cloud & Automation Academy said that through this MoU, VIT-AP students can get both training and certification for Free.The expertise and technical support that this collaboration brings would lead into conducting Faculty Development Programmes (FDPs), National, International Conferences / Seminars / Symposium / Workshops etc.

Dr.C.L.V. V Sivakumar, Registrar, VIT-AP Universityand Dr. Hari Seetha, Dean, School of Computer Science and Engineering were also present. Faculty and Students witnessed the MoU ceremony.

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