KMC and Genese Cloud Academy sign MOU

September 03, 2021
KMC and Genese Cloud Academy sign MOU

Kathmandu Model College, leaping towards a modern mentoring-learning approach; signs an MOU between Kathmandu Model College and Genese Cloud Academy. The MOU signing ceremony was witnessed by representatives of KMC’s undergraduate students, management, and  Program Director of BBA/BBM Program, Program Director of MBS Program and Student Development Manager along with management representatives of Genese Cloud Academy. The ceremony was successfully completed on 2:30 pm, 1st September 2021 at Kathmandu Model College, Bagbazar, Kathmandu.

Kathmandu Model College (KMC), established in 2000 AD, has proven success in BBA, BBM, BCA, BA, BBS, BASW, and Master Level programs in MA (English) and MBS programs. Furthermore, KMC is vying for the global standard in academia with an increased focus on providing 21st-century skills, pedagogy, and resources to the students.

The Program is focused on  BCA students at KMC. And we believe that the partnership will be a great milestone for the students of the BCA program at KMC. As the objective of the BCA program of Tribhuvan University is to produce high-quality computer application users and developers, We need to provide different programs and platforms to the students.  KMC itself is not sufficient for doing all the programs, therefore the decision was made to partner with the pioneer of IT and Cloud Computing, Genese Cloud Academy that is run by Genese Cloud Solution for the overall development of students and faculties.

Genese is an official cloud consulting provider of Amazon Web Services with its headquarter in London, United Kingdom, and operating in six countries viz. Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Australia, India, and Pakistan. Genese provides education services such as training, and placement via its education wing named Genese Cloud Academy whose vision is to introduce, train, and upskill students in emerging technologies and start-up ecosystems. 

The purpose of the Agreement is to establish the terms and conditions to launch AWS-educate and provide educational services to run Career Pathway at KMC. 

The ceremony started at 1:30 pm with brief program plan, highlights by Mr. Yog Kandel; Student Development Manager (KMC). It was followed by a welcome note and a brief introduction to the mission of the BCA program at KMC  and the need for this partnership by Mr. Prem Parajuli, BCA Program Director (KMC). Likewise, Ms. Sabina Parajuli, Placement officer (Genese Cloud) presented the details about program, rationality of the program, and the benefits to the students and both the organizations through this partnership. Accordingly, Mr. Nilmani Neupane, Program Manager (Genese Cloud Academy), and Mr. Pradeep Parajuli, Program Director (KMC) presented keynotes on Needs and models of the agreement. Finally, the main attraction of the event, MOU was signed by Mr. Prem Parajuli, BCA Program Director of Kathmandu Model College (KMC), and Mr. Nilmani Neupane, Program Director of Genese Cloud Academy (GCA).

Genese will provide the required programs/ services that will help the BCA students to reduce the skill gap in between academia and the corporate sector as well it helps to improve access to target market such as  Developer, UI/UX Designer, AI/ML, Cyber Security, Data Science, etc.

This MOU has been developed and finalized in a spirit of cooperation and assistance to promote IT and entrepreneurship among students in KMC through the introduction of Genese Cloud Model. The aim is to draw relevancy in the 21st Century and nurture students who are nationally capable and whose talent is globally sellable.  

This MoU is based on the following strategies:

  • Development of Both technical and managerial skills so as to compete with these changing dynamics.
  • Development of entrepreneurial culture and mindset among the students and faculties involved
  • Develop a Knowledge creation hub for IT and Entrepreneurship
  • Exploring international collaboration and global engagement

MOU signing program was followed by a feedback sharing session with students, faculty, and management present in the ceremony. There was enthusiastic support and encouraging feedback from the students, faculty, and management representatives. The event was concluded with a group photo and snacks program.