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Infosys to conduct Faculty Training in MIT

Infosys - IT giant of India – has scheduled the Deep Dive Program for Engineering Faculty enablement in "IBM Mainframe Systems" from 27th June to 30th June 2011 in MIT, Aurangabad. Under it Campus Connect Program – launched in 2004 – Infosys drives the unique academia-industry initiative to "architect the education experience". MIT and Infosys signed Campus Connect Program in 2008.

40 Faculty members from all B A M University affiliated engineering colleges in Marathwada region are participating in this Deep Dive Program. The university introduced the industry elective "Mainframe Systems", which was proposed by Infosys, for the final year of Computer Science & Engineering/Information Technology streams in academic year 2010-11.

In first phase , Infosys trained 20 Faculty members in Mainframe Systems at Infosys Development Center, Pune. In this second phase, almost all engineering colleges in the region have nominated their faculty members for the training.

On 1st July 2011, a meeting with Principals of engineering colleges has been scheduled in MIT by Infosys to roll-out the maximum resources in Mainframe Systems.