Project Management Institute (PMI®), world's largest membership association for the project management profession, signed an MoU with Symbiosis International University through its Pune Deccan Chapter, to promote skill development amongst students. This also allows students to interact with industry experts through various platforms facilitated by PMI on a regular basis.
Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology is already a Registered Education Provider (REP) with PMI to impart project management skills to its students as a part of its curriculum. Additionally, PMI India has also announced an endowment program for students who pass out of the college and wish to pursue project management as a subject of choice.
PMI has entered into similar tie-ups and working relationships with other premier institutes like SP Jain Institute of Management & Research, XLRI, Karunya University, NICMAR, University Of Petroleum & Energy Studies, L&T Institute of Project Management, Pandit Dindayal Petroleum University and Amity University to encourage more students to take up project management as a profession. The aim of such an association is to provide students with an opportunity to interact with industry experts on a regular basis and help them develop industry ready talent.
Speaking at the event, Mr. Raj Kalady - Managing Director PMI India said, "Project management contributes immensely to the development of a nation. It drives growth by ensuring efficient completion of projects. Hence, establishing its importance at a student level is of utmost importance to shape their career".
Speaking at the event, Dr. Vidya Yeravdekar - Principal Director Symbiosis Societysaid, "We are happy to be associated with a premier and globally recognized institute as PMI. In today's dynamic world, it is of utmost importance that our students are prepared to tackle the constant changes in the business environment. PMI gives our students an opportunity to learn and tackle these assumptions and successfully implement projects. We believe this program will groom our students to face professional challenges."