The Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) has signed a Memorandum
of Understanding (MoU) with Panoramic Universal Limited (Formerly known as IT Microsystems
(India) Ltd. [ITMIL]) to offer its flagship course 'Diploma in Advance Computing'
(DAC) in United Arab Emirates, New Zealand and the USA.
According to R. K. Arora, Executive Director, C-DAC, "With this agreement, C-DAC's
Advanced Computing Training initiative is on course to achieve global presence and
Shri. R.K. Arora, Executive Director C-DAC (exreme right) & Shri. Sudhir Moravekar,
MD, Panoramic Universal Limited with the MoU. Also seen (L to R) Shri. R.Rajendra,
Group Coordinator, ACTs, Dr. S.C. Purohit, Director, C-DAC, Shri. U.R. Poharkar,
Registrar, C-DAC Shri. P. Gulalkar, Group Coordinator, ACTs.
As per the MoU, Panoramic Universal Limited will set-up and run C-DAC ATC's (Authorised
Training Centres) in New York, Auckland and Dubai. These ATC's will provide state-of-the
-art training facilities and offer C-DAC's advanced IT courses. The ATC's will be
equipped with lecture halls, libraries, computer laboratories and various other
Diverse courses offered by Advanced Computing Training School (ACTS) include Postgraduate
Diploma in Advanced Computing (DAC) and Diploma in Advanced Computer Arts (DAC).
New courses in the area of Geomatics, Enterprise System Management (ESM) and Embedded
Systems Design are specially designed courses conducted for corporate bodies.
These courses are offered through a network of more than 100 ACTs in India, besides
C-DAC's own centers in Pune, Delhi, Hyderabad and Bangalore.