India April 01, 2023: To address the persisting gap between skills and employment in the country, India’s leading Social Enterprise that is working in the areas of Skill Development, Higher Education AISECT Group has partnered with Redington Foundation to launch employment Linked skill training program in advanced IT courses. The course will be offered across key industrial regions of the country such as Bengaluru, Tumkur, Hyderabad, Chennai, Salem, Puducherry, Pune and Indore. Through this project, AISECT aims to train approximately 690 candidates in the advanced IT courses of AI- Data Quality Analyst, AI- Data Scientist, Cloud Security Analyst, AI – Data Architect, Cloud Application developer, AI- Machine Learning Engineer, Cloud Consultant, IOT – Network Specialist. Post-training completion the candidates will be provided placement support as per the relevant job role in which the candidates have been trained.
This partnership aims to address the prevailing skill gap in the tech industry by providing technical upskilling in highly industrious towns and cities taking a leap towards creating solutions to create a large pool of skilled and certified workforce. The duration of the courses is 2-3 months, and the curriculum has been designed by industry experts with a focus on training the candidates in advanced IT courses due to the increase in digital transformations across all industries and the need for employees who can help organizations effectively manage their use of technology. The ever-evolving market and rapidly growing world of technology has brought in an increasing demand for advanced IT skills, which helped determine the courses for this project accordingly.
Speaking of the collaboration Dr Siddharth Chaturvedi, Director of AISECT Group said “We believe that our partnership with Redington Foundation will address the need of the high-growth sectors identified by the Government of India, including IT, electronics, and entrepreneurship. Our mission is to identify potential and bridge the supply-demand differences and therefore address the ongoing skills shortage in the tech industry. We believe in the endeavours of the Redington Foundation whose previous work to give opportunities for the betterment of economically backward communities has strengthened our belief to work collaboratively to tackle the issues of unemployment in India”.
Shanmuga Vadivoo Zonal Head Tirunelveli, Redington Foundation said “I would like to applaud AISECT for doing such a great job in providing employment training for unemployed youth in the ITES background, which is one of the most pressing training needs in this current economic situation, and Redington is also very proud to be associated with AISECT “.