Academic Collaboration :
|Name of the Programme/Courses||Institution/University/Organization associated with|
|B-Tech in Computer Science and Engineering||Catholic University of America|
|MTech(CSE)/MTech(IT)||Kyungpook National University, Korea|
Industry Collaboration :
|Red Hat Academia||
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Faculty of Engineering signed a Memorandum of Undertaking (MOU) with Red Hat Pvt. Limited for the Red Hat Academia Program with the effect from 16th May 2018 for the period of one year.
|CISCO Network academy||
Cisco® CCNA Routing and Switching course is a part of Cisco Networking Academy® program and is offered by Department of CSE, Christ University (Kengeri Campus). This hands-on, lab-oriented course has prepared for exciting career opportunities in the technology industry.By completing the course, a certification of completion is earned and the following competencies are acquired.
TechMahindra and Faculty of Engineering, Christ Universityhave been collaborating towards a common goal and have established a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to formalize this collaboration. The general objective of this MOU is to stimulate and facilitate the development of collaborative programs which serve to enhance the manpower development and research in the field of engineering. Techmahindra, a leading software company, who has proven expertise in various areas of engineering and information technology, has joined hands with Christ University Faculty of Engineering to bridge the gap between what the industry needs and the curriculum offered in academic institutions. This collaboration would include establishment of training centers, collaborative research, technical manpower resource development and projects in collaboration.
HealthyX is the flagship product of Sentinel Health Management India Pvt. Ltd. HealthyX is one of its kind product in India providing health management services using the latest technology available. They are a pioneers in bringing healthcare devices to the individuals and integrate these devices with their advanced integration engine, which allows communication from all systems internal and external (Labs, Hospitals).
Working towards this goal an MoU was signed between HealthyX and Christ University in Oct 2015, under which a in-house lab was set up in the college premises. After a rigorous process of interviews and tests, 6 students (2 students from Mtech 3rd sem and 4 studetents from BTech 7th sem) were offered internship under this collaboration between the two institutions. The students worked under the guidance Mr HG Devanand (external guide) and an internal guide from the department. They worked on building a product for the company to enhance patient care.