byteXL, one of the leading IT skilling partners for Engineering Colleges in India, announced today that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Rai University, a leading educational institution known for its commitment to providing quality education and fostering inclusive growth. This collaboration aims to enhance various aspects of Rai University’s development and ensure a seamless skilling experience for students. As part of the agreement, all the students in the MCA, BCA, and BSC IT will be skilled by byteXL in the current 2023-24 academic year.
By leveraging its expertise in emerging technologies, byteXL will take a multi-layered approach that contributes to the college’s overall transformation. It would include identifying talent and streamlining the current admission process, a curriculum overhaul that aligns with the latest academic trends and industry needs, and practical skilling for students. Leveraging its industry partners and alumni networks, byteXL will also provide adequate faculty support and attune them to the latest developments in the tech industry. byteXL will leverage its vast network and resources to identify talented individuals who would benefit from RAI University’s skill-oriented programs across diverse disciplines. By streamlining the admissions process, byteXL will assist in ensuring a hassle-free and efficient experience for prospective students, enabling them to focus on their academic journey.
The partnership agreement was signed by Mr. Sricharan Tadepalli, co-founder and COO of byteXL and provost Prof. Dr. Anil Tomar on behalf of Rai University at their campus in Ahmedabad. The MoU is currently signed for 3 years and is extendable upon mutual consent for further period. The team of byteXL – championing in ‘Curriculum Transformation’, will keep on working with Rai University to rope in their existing curriculum and enhance it to match the current as well as future tech industry standards. The edtech startup, leveraging its platform that has features like visual learning technologies and learning cohorts, will build students’ basic programming skills and lead them to progress toward advanced courses over one year.