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French Minister inaugurates Centre of Excellence at New Horizon College of Engineering

Bangalore Mar 12 (UNI) French Minister for Higher Education, Research and Innovation Frédérique Vidal on Monday inaugurated a Centre of Excellence (CoE) at the New Horizon College of Engineering, an autonomous College in the city.
The CoE, claimed to be first of its kind in the Country, has been set up following a tripartite Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between the College, Schneider Electric and the French Ministry of National
Education. The Centre will carry out vocational training programmes initially and continue education in the fields of electricity, automation and energy management.
A Partnership Agreement was also signed between Cluster President of CMQ3E (High Schools, Higher Educational Institutions, companies, and other Public, Private Institutions), Rouen-France and New Horizon College of Engineering, The agreement aims to strengthen the overall education systems and processes for teachers as well as students.
Speaking on the occasion, Ms Vidal said “New Horizon College of Engineering is the first Engineering/Technology College to have partnered with the French Government to set up a Centre to skill engineers in India and look forward for such agreement with other institution.”
New Horizon College of Engineering, Chairman Dr Mohan Manghnani, in his address said, “Indo-French-Schneider Electric Centre of Excellence is skilling Engineering graduates on Industrial, building automation and energy management areas''.
''The French Government has deputed specialized full-time professor to the Centre of Excellence for a period of three years, and the French professor has trained New Horizon’s professors on Automation and Energy Management using industry labs at Schneider Electric’s facilities and designed the syllabus accordingly”.
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