Laguboti, September 2019
Indivara Group ,one of the largest IT group of company in Indonesia and South East Asia region which focuses on consulting, software development, and platform businesses have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Del Institute of Technology North Sumatera. Both parties agreed to collaborate in enhancing student knowledge and experiences.
The MoU was signed by Jusuf Sjariffudin, the President and CEO of PT. Indivara Sejahtera Sukses Makmur (Indivara Group) and Prof. Ir. Togar M. Simatupang, M.Tech., Ph.D., Rector of IT Del.
This agreement would offer students practical learning opportunities to enhance their skills in the area of information technology and communication.
This is at the core of bringing to life Indivara purpose of “To Develop ICT professionals who could give positive contributions to the society”.
Prior the MoU signing event, Jusuf Sjariffudin was requested to become a keynote speaker at the Grand Opening of the New Semester event in IT Del Campus, at the event Jusuf gave a public lecture about “The Growth of ICT and the Opportunity in the Future” in front of 1400 IT Del students.
The partnership would support mutually agreed initiatives including ICT business development that responds to the needs of consumers and industry and student practical study in relation to ICT.
“Young people, when given the right opportunities to learn become assets to society and contribute to developing nations with their ingenuity and skills set,” Jusuf said.
“This partnership with IT Del, will offer students additional opportunities to improve their skills and practically apply knowledge that will benefit industry and society at large.”
On his part, Prof. Togar said, he was optimistic that the partnership with Indivara would provide students with opportunities for experiential learning and the necessary industry expertise as they enter the world of work.
Prof. Togar said partnering with corporate industries and organizations was one of their strategic objectives at the moment, so as to ensure that whatever they do would have industrial practical base.