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Revolutionizing Engineering Education: byteXL Signs MoU with CBIT

In Education, News
April 11, 2024

HYDERABAD:
byteXL, a leading EdTech platform in India dedicated to revolutionizing engineering education and IT skilling, continues its rapid ascent as one of the country’s fastest growing edtech platforms. Continuing its endeavor to transform engineering level skilling, byteXL has entered a pivotal Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology (CBIT), a renowned engineering college in India.

Charan Tadepalli, Co-Founder, byteXL and the Principal of Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology, Professor Dr. CV Narasimhulu, have inked this partnership. The signing ceremony witnessed the presence of byteXL’ s COO, Nishanth Reddy, Training Head, Satish Kumar, as well as CBIT’s Director of Student Affairs, Professor M. Sushanth Babu, and other distinguished faculty members including Dr. Prathima, Dr. A Sirisha, Professor Vivek Singh, and CBIT’s Public Relations Officer, Dr. GNR Prasad.

As part of this strategic partnership, byteXL will upskill the students with relevant and current technologies. The goal is to get students trained in the modern technologies as per industry requirements. Ensure future ready graduates who can aspire for quality placements and be productive in the job from day one itself is a top priority for byteXL.

At the inking ceremony, Charan Tadepalli, Co-Founder, byteXL said, “As we embark on this transformative journey with CBIT, we are driven by our commitment to empower the next generation of engineers with the essential skills and knowledge needed to thrive in today’s dynamic IT landscape.”

Speaking on this occasion, Dr. CV Narasimhulu, Principal, CBIT added “Under this agreement both the organizations will work together in areas like Research and Development (R&D), Knowledge sharing and other major development activities in the field of engineering, that includes mutual research projects, workshops, seminars, and internships.”