April 13, 2012: Aspire Human Capital Management and SS College of Engineering signed an MOU to prepare their 238 students through India’s leading training company, Aspire, with a vision to excel and create global employability opportunity for every student of its college.
As per the agreement, Aspire, which works extensively in the field of employability training, will train over 238 B. Tech 1st year students to make them more employable through a series of well-structured modules with Aspire’s market-winning, training product- ProHire Classic. Students will receive world-class “industry-centric” and “employability enhancing” technology education through this program.
On the occasion of the launch, Mr. Sagar Hawaldar Vice President-Aspire said, “We are happy to extend our services to SS College of Engineering. We are delighted to see, Shanti Suri College of Engineering’s commitment towards their students in providing them quality Employability Education and we are confident that our training product ProHire Classic will definitely help students in gaining the edge over their competitors in the industry. We follow the most advanced and scientific methods to impart the required soft and hard skills to the students and our trainers are well certified. Their vast industry experience helps in enriching the students’ knowledge base and makes them industry-ready in the best possible manner.”
Welcoming the partnership, Mr. Abhay Singhvi, Managing Director, SS College of Engineering , said, “Aspire is a name to reckon with in employability education and we are delighted to bring India’s leading professional training to our students. SSCE is responding to Indian employers and ensuring that our students are industry as well as future-ready through the program and second to none amongst Engineering Colleges”
“In a short span SS College of Engineering, has earned impregnable reputation in the field of technical education, and also boasts a team of highly qualified faculty and the mentorship of our revered advisory board,” he added.
Aspire has under its gamut a range of innovative employability training products that provide skills and techniques to help students in improving their Aptitude, Communication Skills, Industry Knowledge, Job Skills, Personality Development, Conversation Ability, Fluency, Comprehension, Speech Clarity and Attitudinal Skills.
About Aspire Human Capital Management
AspireTM is an industry-promoted social enterprise offering Embedded Education for schools, colleges and universities to Enhance Employability and Life Skills. All Aspire products have Global Certifications: ProHireTM and EnglishProTM with University of Cambridge (ESOL Examinations); ITProTM and RoboticProTM with iCarnegie (subsidiary of Carnegie Mellon University); and, MBAProTM with content from Harvard Business Publishing (subsidiary of Harvard University). Our products are enabled by an Employability Education Management System (EEMSTM) which includes online learning management, elearning and assessments (e.g., NESTTM). Declared "Education Czar" by Mint (2008), adjudged finalist of the John P. McNulty prize (2010), and profiled as “Who’s Next” by Fast Company (USA, 2011), Aspire enables Educators, Employers and Employees to Grow More. Please visit www.aspireindia.org for more information.
About S S College of Engineering:
SS Education Trust’s SS College of Engineering is among the most prestigious and well-known technical institutions in Udaipur. The Engineering courses offered at SS are approved by AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education), Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India and affiliated to Rajasthan Technical University, Kota.
In its short journey of one year, SS College of Engineering has earned impregnable reputation in the field of technical education, and also boasts a team of highly qualified faculty, and the mentorship of our revered advisory board. The approach to learning at SS College has come to fruition in a very short period; industrial visits, interaction with renowned personalities have become a parallel and greatly favored source of learning among students.