IEEE AND CSC JOIN HANDS TO TRAIN 1 LAC YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

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IEEE, the world’s largest professional organisation advancing technology for humanity, today announced the signing of an agreement with the Common Services Centers (CSC), an initiative of the Ministry of Electronics & IT (MeitY), Government of India, to help upskill a wider base of learners across the country in core technologies through its Blended Learning Program (BLP) certificate programs.

Under this agreement, IEEE will work through CSCs across the country to train the young professionals in skills that align with the Digital India initiative of the Government of India, which in turn will create jobs in the emerging fields of building/managing data networks, Internet of Things (IoT) and help connect the nation digitally. The aim of this agreement is to jointly create jobs and bridge the digital divide, said Harish Mysore, Senior Director IEEE India Operations. IEEE Blended Learning Program(BLP) aims to upskill 100000 young professionals across the country in the emerging areas of technology such as the Internet of Things and Building Wi-Fi Community Networks.

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IEEE AND CSC JOIN TO TRAIN 100000 YOUNG PROFESSIONALS OVER THE NEXT YEAR

All IEEE BLP certificate programmes are developed in conjunction with Industry leaders and are duly vetted by the IEEE peer review process by experts to ensure the programs are world class in content and learning experience. The learning is backed by micro learning modules, supported by practice quizzes, application modules and data analytics, finally leading to an IEEE certificate, aimed at bridging the skills gap between academic learning and industry needs.

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CEO, CSC SPV, Dr. Dinesh Tyagi said, “Through this partnership with IEEE we look to strengthen our offering in the eLearning space for learners across the country, who will all benefit from our last mile reach.”

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The details on each of these programs will be available at the CSCs across the country. With the skills attained through these programs we expect that the learners will be able to improve their chances of getting hired in the respective new age domains of technology,” the two organizations said in their joint statement.

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