Kano's first private university, Skyline University Nigeria (SUN), became a Centre for Continuous Learning (CCL) programmes, following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the management of Skyline University Nigeria and its counterpart university, Skyline University College (SUC), Sharjah.
The MoU signing which took place recently in a virtual meeting comprised the Vice-Chancellor of Skyline University Nigeria, Professor Sudhakar Kota, The Representatives to the Pro-Chancellor, Mr. Abubakar Sadiq Ismail, the University Registrar, Mr.Firoj Kumar Rauta, the Director Academic Support Services, Mrs. Sarada Maganti, the Head Corporate Affairs, Engr. Bashir Garba and the members of the Media Department. The MoU would avail both institutions the opportunity to run short certified professional courses while ensuring that the training programmes conducted in the university are continually updated to industry needs, for all stages of life.
Professor Kota, while speaking at the signing ceremony, said that the partnership was a very remarkable one, noting that it was between Skyline University Nigeria and her sister university, Skyline University College, Sharjah. “I am proud of this partnership coming into effect” he enthused. He commended SUC for bringing the partnership to the doorstep of SUN, as it would avail more people the opportunity to register for the continuous learning programme being offered as a result of the MoU.
While delivering his speech, the Vice-Chancellor of Skyline University College, Dr. Mohammad Hasan Inairat, said that SUC is looking forward to a most fruitful relationship with SUN, taking into account the accomplishment of SUC in the past 30 years.
Other members of SUC management Present at the virtual signing ceremony were the Dean Students Affairs, Dr. Osama Ali, the Dean School of IT, Dr. Deepak Kalra, the Dean School of Business, Dr. Ajith Kumar, the Director Marketing & Communication, Mr. Rakesh Gaur, the Head Corporate Affairs, Mr. Rasheed Khalid, the FDC Manager, Mr. Zaidoon Al-Hatamleh, the CCL Assistant, Mr. Roel Pulangco and the Media Communication Officer, Ms. Grace Moleno.