MANUU to impart technical skills to school students; Signs MoU with Vista School
Prof. Syed Ainul Hasan, Vice-Chancellor, MANUU who presided over the signing ceremony remarked that education should not be seen in isolation, it must be accompanied with training.
Hyderabad: Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Vista School, Gachibowli to provide technical skills and exchange of learner’s soft skills in consonance with National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 guidelines.
Prof. Syed Ainul Hasan, Vice-Chancellor, MANUU who presided over the signing ceremony remarked that education should not be seen in isolation, it must be accompanied with training. NEP has given an opportunity to interact more with other institutions, he said. Prof. Ainul Hasan also emphasized the need to implement the MoU in letter & spirit.
Prof. S. M. Rahmatullah, Pro Vice-Chancellor pointed out that NEP 2020 is different in many aspects. It focuses on skill development along with the education in mother tongue. He asked Vista school to introduce Urdu as second language.
Earlier, Prof. Siddiqui Mohammed Mahmood, Registrar I/c & Ms. Shanti Priya, Principal Vista School signed the MoU. Prof. Siddiqui Mahmood in his address described the MoU as a common cause derived from NEP 2020 which lays emphasize on developing of skills right from school level.
Mr. Suresh Challa, Director, Vista School & Ms. Shanti Priya also addressed and thanked MANUU for extending this opportunity to the school students.
Under the MoU signed for three years, vocational training centre – Industrial Training Institute, MANUU will arrange technical skill classes for the students from 9 to 12 grades of vista School and provide training through online and offline modes.
Dr. Arshia Azam, Associate Professor, MANUU Polytechnic & Principal I/c, MANUU-ITI and proposer of MoU from MANUU welcomed the gathering. Mr. Md. Amer, Instructor, ITI proposed vote of thanks. Master Justin, Miss Rohita and Miss Mahathi from Grade XI Vista School beautifully anchored the programme.