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Dhanush InfoTech teams-up with CUEA to set up ICT initiatives to benefit students

Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) and Dhanush InfoTech, a leader in the IT industry are teaming up to set up ICT initiatives to benefit students together with the CUEA faculty. The partnership is looking at short term goals and long term programs that will ensure tech savvy staff and industry ready graduates esp. in IT related courses. Dhanush will seek to inject its competency in training and skill enhancement to through its training division DATAM Edu. Through their Center of Excellence – VTEC, students will be exposed to ERP modules being used in the market which have Supply Chain and Customer Relations as some of their modules.

Other attributes of this agreement will include medium and long term plans to establish cloud and network connectivity in the campus location, provide an Integrated Management System for CUEA, roll out LMS across their curriculum and Video conference based teaching and most importantly provide internship for students from CUEA with industry sponsored projects thus making them market ready.

Dhanush draws its knowledge base from its offshore consultants based in Kenya who have trained a large local resource that will sufficiently execute these initiatives. It is also a big player in the ICT industry with a myriad of experience to from projects it runs for institutions in government, Oil & Gas and BFSI.

Present at the Signing were Rev. Prof. Juvenalis Baitu DVC/Administration – CUEA and Rev. Prof. Peter Gichure Director Linkages and DSN Murthy MD & CEO – Dhanush Infotech and Shishir Saraf – CEO EA.

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