Over 1500 students of Manav Rachna International University (MRIU) and Manav Rachna University (MRU) will enroll for SAP Student Academy program over the next coming years. This will aid students to enhance their career prospects as well as synergize with the shared vision of “Make in India” and “Skill India”.
The tie up of Manav Rachna with SAP would be meaning a lot more than just a business tie up. Industries are adopting the automation in every field to enhance their productivity and capacity. ERP being the latest development globally that has helped in multiple times to the business fraternity by not only reducing the recording time of each transaction but has also provided platform for seamless transformation of the inputs to the output in the system gradually syncing each and every action of the different departments and individuals on the same platform leaving no chance of error. However, the problem at the end of the Industry is that once they get the software installed, the training of the existing users is yet another matter of concern. Since, none of the students coming out of different streams of academics know anything about ERP, arranging for training of them is still a matter of trying the luck. Identifying this problem of the ERP users, Manav Rachna Educational Institutions (MREI), collaborated with SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) to offer extensive range of courses to all its students. SAP Student Academy is designed to provide cutting-edge and effective SAP training to aspiring students. This will enable them to bridge the industry-academia gap and enhance their employability and entrepreneurship opportunities. This would also relieve the industry with the worry of training the users for using SAP, on the one hand while on the other; the students would be having more of professional opportunities as their acceptability would certainly be increased with having knowledge of SAP, being used by a large number of corporate.
SAP, one of the global giants in the ERP industry, probably the top one in the industry of ERP, would certainly be getting an edge over others in the industry with this collaboration, as none of the players other than SAP has entered in any collaboration with such a university of global repute.
MREI envisages this development as a quantum leap in the right direction for the students. Dr. Prashant Bhalla, President Manav Rachna Educational Institution expressed “SAP courses will make our students industry ready to face the challenges of the corporate world. MREI has ventured on an academic collaboration with SAP to herald a training culture and address the much lamented industry-academia gap.”