[Dublin], [Ireland] –Feb 14, 2023 – Braahmam International, a leading Dublin-based translation and localization company, is pleased to announce that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Sri Sri University.
The agreement was exchanged in presence of Pujya Gurudev SriSri Ravi Shankar on Jan 29, 2023 at Sri Sri University campus at Cuttack
The MoU has a threefold purpose. It will support the Internship Programme after students complete their Certificate Course on Professional Translation and Localization offeredby SriSri Centre for Translation and Interpreting Studies (SSCTIS), SSU. This Internship Programme is valuable and will foster new talent and opportunities for Braahmam while providing professional experience to the students at Sri Sri University.
Under the terms of the MoU, Braahmam will provide inputs to Sri Sri Centre for Translation and Interpreting Studies (SSCTIS), SSU regarding a mechanism. Under this mechanism, it will be easier to develop a conducive educational and research environment in the field of Professional Translation and
Localization. The parties can also improve employability through internships and develop other avenues, such as apprenticeship and professional training in the field of professional Translation and Localization.
Thirdly, Braahmam will provide expertise and insights to SSCTIS, SSU to stimulate and promote the industrial innovation and improve exposure of the enrolled students in the Certificate Course on Professional Translation and Localization.
“This MoU is a start of a new partnership and journey that will benefit both Braahmam and Sri Sri Centre for Translation and Interpreting Studies in the long run. This collaboration will make new inroads the field of T&I studies in India and I’m truly pleased to be a part of this partnership,” said Biraj Rath,Chief Executive Officer at Braahmam.
“The collaboration between Sri Sri Centre for Translation and Interpreting Studies and Braahmam will set an example in the field of T&I studies in India. This would not only improve the National Education Policy 2020 requirements for the development of Translation and Interpreting Studies in India, but it will also foster beneficial relationships between academic institutions and corporations, said Rindon Kundu, Director, Sri Sri Centre for Translation and Interpreting Studies, Sri Sri University.
“The partnership with Braahmam will be extremely beneficial in terms of the employability of the students at Sri Sri University, especially for the students of the Faculty of Arts, Communication and Indic Studies, SSU,” said Guru Ratikant Mahapatra, Dean, Faculty of Arts, Communication and Indic Studies, Sri Sri University.