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Posted at: Mar 14, 2018, 12:47 AM; last updated: Mar 14, 2018, 12:47 AM (IST)NEWSBOARD

World class training for IELTS aspirants in Punjab

World class training for IELTS aspirants in Punjab

World’s leading ELT Publisher, Cambridge University Press (CUP) will partner with Raffles Educity to enrich IELTS learning ecosystem in Punjab. Raffles joins Cambridge’s IELTS Partnership Programme as a ‘Platinum Partner’, under which it will use Cambridge Official IELTS Preparation Material and avail CUP’s highly recommended value-added services for IELTS coaching.

The partnership  will help students prepare and excel in a more focused and well researched manner. Raffles presently has centers in Chandigarh, Ludhiana, Jalandhar and Bhatinda.

Under its Partnership Programme, CUP supports coaching institutes with a range of teacher resources, teacher development programmes, and marketing and promotional material, making sure students get the best chance of success with IELTS.

MoU for academic collaboration

SRM University Andhra Pradesh-Amravati (SRM AP) and Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago (IITC) have signed an MoU to further academic collaboration in engineering and the sciences. The MoUs were exchanged by President, SRM AP, Dr P. Sathyanaranyanan and Vice President for Enrolment, IITC, Dr Michael R.Gosz.

New programmes that the two sides agreed to consider in the new phase of engagement , include students taking part in IITC’s summer programme, and return visit to SRM for leadership programmes specially customised to deliver in cross-functional areas, combining subject matter, Indian culture and heritage and business strategies.

The two sides will also focus on staff development.

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