The agreement is a part of the co-innovation network academic relationship between MICA and TCS.
Careers360 Connect | November 23, 2023 | 05:36 PM IST
NEW DELHI: MICA Center for Learning and Innovative Pedagogy (MICA-CLIP Ahmedabad) has entered into an agreement with the Tata Consultancy Services to introduce innovations in teaching and learning experiences.
MICA and TCS will soon launch a few projects in the field of pedagogy, curriculum, creativity and assessment. The agreement was signed by MICA president and director Shailendra Raj Mehta and TCS iON global head Venguswamy Ramaswamy in the presence of CLIP co-Chairs and Committee members.
Mehta said, “The agreement is a part of the co-innovation network (COIN) academic relationship between MICA and TCS. CLIP is one of MICA's new, emerging Centres of Excellence that has been set up to document and help implement innovations in pedagogy for better teaching and learning experiences. I am sure this recent collaboration will further strengthen MICA's close bonds with TCS nurtured over the years.”
Co-chair of MICA-CLIP Ashutosh Dutt said, “MICA is known for creativity and innovative pedagogy, while TCS needs no introduction in technology. Our joint mission is to leverage creativity and tech to enhance education at all levels, in line with the New Education Policy (NEP 2020).”
Speaking about the partnership, Ramaswamy said, “The TCS COIN allows Tata to create value-based partnerships with leading academic institutions worldwide. We are delighted to welcome MICA to the TCS Academic COIN family comprising more than 80 global academic partners. I am sure that TCS iON in partnership with CLIP at MICA will enrich the work we do in the learning and assessment space across the globe.”
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