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Lifeway College partnership with NGF College


Lifeway College, New Zealand signed an MoU with NGF College of Engineering & Technology, Palwal

Lifeway College, New Zealand signed a Memorandum of Understanding with NGF College Of Engineering & Technology. On this occasion Mr. Craig Hansen, Principle, Lifeway College, New Zealand , Mr. Ashwani Prabhakar CEO & Mr. Sharat Kaushik (Director, NGF College Of Engineering & Technology, Palwal). They signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

Gurgaon, Haryana, May 10, 2012 /India PRwire/ -- Mr. Craig Hansen, Principle, Lifeway College New Zealand addressed CSE/IT students about the animation courses offered at Lifeway College, New Zealand. This College is having the holistic approach to education whose mission is to equip students through professional training. We are trying to encourage our CSE/IT students to head towards this technology as in recent times a big change has been noticed in the job opportunities in this domain. And we wish our students to have a wonderful career ahead. This activity was only a step towards our aim which lies in fruitful development of our studentsIndustry experts around the world consistently tell us our graduates are the most creative specialised, talented and production ready in their profession. Here at Lifeway College we believe that New Zealand has only just begun to tap into its rich talent and we are excited to be a part of seeing that unleashed.

Mr. Craig Hansen, Principle, Lifeway College New Zealand International learning and knowledge propels students towards acceptance and understanding of an array of different cultural and community perspectives. Language acquisition is achieved through practical immersion. Awareness and adoption of alternative, multi-faceted approaches to learning. Analytical and problem solving skills. Enhanced interest in global issues as well as a broader general knowledge.

It was agreed that on the basis of equality and reciprocity collaborative activities in the academic areas of mutual interest will be undertaken in future. The fields of cooperation would be research, higher learning for faculty development, teaching for students and joint academic publications. For this the unique feature of the MOU being that the NGF College of Engineering & Technology, Palwal will design a customised educational and training programme for various educational Institutions operating in New Zealand.

Both Parties, though recognizing the integrity and policies of each other, agree to work together in a spirit of partnership and of towards achieving their visions of a Centre of excellence in Interactive Media Professional Development.

Lifeway College, New Zealand agrees to take responsibility for the accuracy and legitimacy of the curriculum content in their areas and NGF for funding & providing staff resources to deliver programmes, and to keep information relevant and up to date. Also, LWC agrees to provide training and or staff for delivery of programmes on NGF sites, at the cost of NGF, either in New Zealand or onsite in India.

For more information contact Lifeway College. 2012