Through this deal, PrepInsta claims to be assisting more than 5000 second, third, and fourth-year engineering students from the K. Ramakrishnan Group of Institutions
PrepInsta, a website for placement preparation, and an edtech brand has announced a partnership with the K Ramakrishnan Group of Institutions (KRGI) based in Tamil Nadu. Both entities have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for the next three years. The MoU is expected to be extended in the near future.
Through this deal, PrepInsta claims to be assisting more than 5000 second, third, and fourth-year engineering students from the K Ramakrishnan Group of Institutions through their upskilling and placement preparation courses. Additionally, KRGI will have a single point of contact (POC) for their training and placement preparations.
As a part of the contract, PrepInsta will also offer KRGI the following benefits such as full access to prepinstaprime.com and prepinsta.com (including Mocks and Video Learning content), premium Whatsapp group for Job updates from various service-based and product-based companies, premium teacher assistance group (TA Support) for real-time doubt resolution over discord; and an exclusive performance tracking dashboard for colleges to keep track of students’ reports.
“Employers today are only looking for computer programmers having the efficiency to comprehend the nuances of their customer’s behavior. Therefore, the current climate necessitates reskilling, which is why we are delighted to collaborate with the K. Ramakrishnan Group of Institutions to assist them in addressing this issue at an early stage,” said Manish Agarwal, CMO and co-founder of PrepInsta.
“At KRGI, we have always believed in delivering technical and skill-based curriculum to mainstream engineering students in order to distinguish our graduates from degree holders from more traditional institutions. This is exactly where PrepInsta’s in-demand courses can help our students stay even more relevant. I’m looking forward to working closely with them to bring meaningful results for our students” said Dr K Ramakrishnan, Chairman of the K. Ramakrishnan Group of Institutions.