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Five renowned Goan technical institutes, namely the Don Bosco College of Engineering – Fatorda,  Padre Conceicao College of Engineering – Verna, Shree Rayeshwar Institute of Engineering & Information Technology – Shiroda, Agnel Institute of Technology and Design – Assagao and Agnel Polytechnic – Verna, have signed a memorandums of understanding (MOUs) with Porvorim-based Kilowott, a leading technology company, to provide students with valuable industry exposure and practical skills.

The MOUs with Kilowott, an IT company headquartered in Goa, with a footprint across three continents, further aims to enhance students’ technical skills and foster collaboration between academia and industry.

According to the terms of the MOUs, the five institutes will collaborate with Kilowott to enhance the quality and technical skills of students through exposure to industries, promote the role of information technology in the automation revolution, link education and the world of work effectively, increase employability by providing technical exposure, strengthen the relationship between the institutes and industries and align industry requirements with college curriculum.

Through the duration of the MOUs, both parties will collaborate on various initiatives, including identifying areas for student internships, organising industry-based projects and conducting seminars and workshops.

“We are delighted to partner with these five Goan institutions to provide students with real-world learning experiences,” said Caleb Fernandez, co-founder of Kilowott. “This partnership reflects our commitment to supporting the next generation of industry leaders. By working closely with these institutes, we aim to equip students with the skills and knowledge needed to make them more competitive in today’s job market.”

Kilowott, with its expertise and global presence, will play a crucial role in helping students bridge the gap between theory and practice, he also said.