Vidyajyoti and Chandigarh Design School sign pact to train Industry ready students in Animation and UXUI at the Vidyajyoti campus

Vidyajyoti Chandigarh Design School tieup
Vidyajyoti Chandigarh Design School tieup

Chandigarh Design School Founder and Worldskills Industrial Design Expert Prof. Vineet Raj Kapoor joined hands with the Dr. DJ Singh, Founder of Chandigarh Vidyajyoti Eduversity to train Industry ready students in Animation and UXUI domains. The learning would be powered by SXILL.

This pact, signed on 13 January 2023, marks an important date in the history of Animation learning in North India, and would provide access to the worldclass training system and resources developed by SXILL and curated by Chandigarh Design School, backed by the excellent infrastructure available at Vidyajyoti Eduversity, situated bang on the Chandigarh Ambala road. This would fulfill the long standing demand of students wanting an institution with involvement of Industry, and that too on a mainstream location with easy access to public transport.

Mr. Vineet Raj Kapoor is currently highly involved in the Design and Innovation space as India’s nominated Expert for Worldskills competition, amongst other duties. Speaking on the occasion he shared, “Chandigarh Design School training methodology is being backed by the Top Studios of India who are directly involved in guiding students on an individual basis every semester. Every semester is a vertical and there is a vertical partner studio of national stature reviewing students work and recommending improvements. This methodology totally eliminates the need of a separate placement activity for the top students. We are also open to helping out our competitors and peers implement this methodology at their Universities and Institutions. Our students have worked at the Top in leading organizations including Ericson, Sony, Yatra.com, Gaana.com as well as Directed top animated shows like ‘Motu Patlu’ and even independent artists like Sukh-E the singer amongst others. Our alumnus own leading IT companies in the region like Intelligaia, Trabug, Creative Peppers etc.”

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