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COSCA inks MOA with IT companies

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Colegio de Santa Catalina de Alejandria ventures into a first in its history as a viable educational institution in the field of information technology. {{more}}

Through the initiative of Dr. Melquiades Hayag, Jr., newly-appointed dean of the College of Computer Studies, and through the endorsement of Rev. Fr. Thadeu Enrique Balongag, School President, COSCA has signed a Memorandum of Agreement initially with two I.T. companies for a pioneering project in I.T. incubation.

The objective of the incubation is to have COSCA’s computer studies students trained in IT company standards. The students will be continually given projects that are based on live and current IT company needs such that they are already subjected to a gradual ‘on-the-job training’ even while still in the confines of their alma mater.

Neural Automation Corporation and Greppoo Incorporated, both based in Davao City are the providers of this project. Negotiations with more companies and other institutions are currently underway as more partnerships ensue in the coming years.

With these pioneering efforts, COSCA hopes to become a top provider of the best IT-trained individuals in Dumaguete and the region. (JSG)

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