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Taleem inks MoU with Business India,TT Consultants

Punjab based Taleem India has signed a memorandum of understanding with Business India Group and Talwar and Talwar Consultants to set up Centres for Media Studies and Intellectual Property Rights.

Written by Charanjit Ahuja | Chandigarh |
Updated: February 6, 2014 3:52:30 pm

Punjab based Taleem India has signed a memorandum of understanding with Business India Group and Talwar and Talwar Consultants to set up Centres for Media Studies and Intellectual Property Rights.

Co-Founder and CEO Taleem India,Jaiprakash S. Hasrajani told media persons after the MoU signing that “idea is to support and boost all facets of entrepreneurships by reaching out to people and offering them advisory services by experts.” He said that The proposed Centres are the initiative of Taleem College of International Studies. The Memorandum of Understandings were signed by Executive Director,Santosh Goenka on behalf of Business India Group and Jitin Talwar on behalf of TT Consultants. While the Media Centre at Taleem would facilitate students to contribute to research in new areas alongwith interaction with industry leaders,the IPR Centre would help in proprietary technology,cloud based IPR systems and knowhow for smooth functioning of this first of its kind Centre.

COO,Taleem India,Ms Gursharan Kaur observed that the upcoming Centres at TCIS are a way for the Taleem India to give back to the industry and society as a whole and form part of its Corporate Social Responsibility concept.

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