Education has always been an essential part of our lives, as it provides us with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in the professional world. However, traditional classroom education may not always prepare students for the real-world challenges they will face in their careers. That’s why it’s crucial to bridge the gap between education and industry, and provide students with hands-on vocational training that can help them develop the skills they need to succeed.
This is precisely what Olive Suno Radio Network and St. Tresa’s College are doing. They have teamed up to provide hands-on vocational training in media studies, enabling students to gain practical experience and be better prepared for the job market. This collaboration is being led by Principal Alphonse Joseph, Manager Sister Vineetha, and Assistant Professor and HOD Preetha, who understand the importance of preparing youth for the real world.
The partnership between Olive Suno Radio Network and St. Tresa’s College offers students the opportunity to gain practical experience in media production, including radio and video content creation, audio and video editing, and multimedia journalism. The students will be able to learn from experienced professionals and work on real-world projects, giving them a taste of what it’s like to work in the media industry.
The training that students receive will equip them with practical skills that are in high demand in the media industry. This will make them job-ready upon graduation, and give them a significant advantage over other candidates who may not have such practical experience.
MD & Co-Founders Ameer Ali & Krishnakumar Aiyappan were present for the signing, highlighting the significance of this collaboration. This partnership represents a step towards transforming education into real-world experience and bridging the gap between education and industry.