R.V.S. College signs MoU with Rome school

K.V. Kuppusamy, Chairman, RVS College of Engineering and Technology, receiving a copy an MoU signed with Swiss School of Management from Immanuel D Paul at the college premises in Dindigul on Tuesday. PHOTO : G. KARTHIKEYAN.  

The R.V.S. College of Engineering and Technology has signed a memorandum of understanding with Swiss School Management, Rome, with an aim of offering international degree in business management to its students.

The MoU was signed by college chairman K.V. Kuppusamy and SSM consultant Immanuel D Paul at a function held here on Tuesday.

Talking to presspersons later, Dr. Paul said that the SSM had been offering two courses – a business management degree and a certificate course on hotel management.

The SSM will provide syllabus, teaching material, methodology and all other assistance in conducting management classes and examinations. The question papers will be prepared and sent to the college by the school.

“We have a two-step monitoring mechanism for the conduct of these courses. First, the college will be advised to present a self-study about its preparedness, faculty, teaching, students' level of learning and other required information. In the second step, the SSM will receive a direct feedback from students and parents about the courses and teaching system. Such a quality check will help the SSM get the correct picture.” “Industrial tie-up for RVS students will also be arranged.”

Even if a management student dropped out after completion of one year, his first year marks will be recognised and a certificate be given to him. “His first year efforts will not be wasted. This is the speciality of the course,” Dr. Paul added.

The college chairman said that the RVS College had been giving opportunity for students to get an international degree in business management recognised by European countries including Switzerland, Italy and Rome. It is cost effective and student can study the course in Dindigul itself.

College Chief Executive Officer P.R. Balasubramani and MBA Department Head Stanley D. Isaac accompanied him.

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