TASK signs 26 new MoUs and renews 27 existing partnerships

Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge (TASK) forges new partnerships with 26 orgsnisations while renewing partnerships to launch a plethora of courses for the students of Telangana impacting 150,000 Students.

A Memorandum of Understanding (Mo) was signed in the presence of Minister for IT, Industries, Municipal Administration & Urban Development, Mr KT Rama Rao, Principal Secretary IT E&C, Industries & Commerce & Vice Chairman TASK; former Indian Cricket captain Mr. Krishnamachari Srikanth.

 The companies with whom MoUs were exchanged include 24/; 360DigiTMG, Bharat Forge & Kalyani Rafael Advanced Systems; CSS Corp; Hetero; Premier Energies, L&THMRL, HYSEA, Infosys Springboard; Celonis; InnoHat Systems; Nagarro; PGK Technologies; QETCI; Vahan; Vidal NDT; Tap Academy; Monster; The Designers Class; ISTD; Rubicon, Resolute, TEPL (Tally); MyStartup TV, Head Held High, UIPath and IOCL

Shri K.T. Rama Rao Garu, Hon’ble Minister for IT and Industries was the Chief Guest for the event and said “I am happy that TASK has once again partnered with the best organisations from their respective fields. I wish them all the best and urge students to use the opportunity to their best benefit.

Speaking at the occasion, the CEO of TASK, Mr. Shrikant Sinha said “TASK is dedicated to empowering students with the latest technologies from the top multinational organisations. With these partnerships, they will be able to provide more courses in emerging technologies, design courses, and core engineering subjects, provide more internship & placement opportunities and make the students of Telangana more suitable for the industry. Some of these partnerships will train the faculty as well so that they can transfer the knowledge to hundreds of students. I request all the colleges registered with us to exploit make use of these opportunities to the fullest.”

The leadership of the partner companies was present for the launch and they expressed their enthusiasm for offering the courses and being of benefit to the students of Telangana.


Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge (TASK) is a not-for-profit organization established by the government of Telangana in 2014, that works with the primary objective of skilling youth and making them more employable and curbing the unemployment rate in the state. The organization caters to students from diverse academic courses and socio-cultural backgrounds, working on its objective through a three-pronged approach.

Skilling the youth in technologies that are in demand by the industry Building essential 21st-century workplace (transferrable) skills to make youth more adaptable and employable developing an entrepreneurial mindset in youth to groom them into employment providers

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