News: TCS iON collaborates with AICTE to impart career skills

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TCS iON collaborates with AICTE to impart career skills

More than 10,000 students from AICTE recognized institutes will have free access to the course to improve their employability.
TCS iON collaborates with AICTE to impart career skills

In an attempt to bridge the rising skill gap and improve the employability, TCS has announced its collaboration with AICTE to offer curated courses to equip students with career skills.

TCS which is one of the largest IT companies in India and also a major recruiter in Indian engineering colleges found a definitive gap in students’ career skills. With an intent to bridge this gap, TCS iON has curated a free, 20 hour-long career skills course that will cover topics such as corporate etiquette, effective email writing, impactful presentations, IT awareness etc. The course will be available to students free of charge throughout the duration of their degree course.

Dr. Anil D Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, AICTE, said, “We have collaborated with TCS iON to empower the students with career skills to help them stand out in the competitive hiring scenario. The unique course provided by TCS iON will help improve placement opportunities for our institutions, thereby initiating a strong start to the professional careers of the students. The guidance provided by TCS iON will prepare students for their professional endeavors and help cultivate a highly qualified, competent, and proficient workforce.”

Commenting on the partnership with AICTE, Venguswamy Ramaswamy, Global Head, TCS iON, shared,  “We run one of the largest recruitment platforms in the world. Candidate data from the past few years has given us deep insights into the gaps in students’ competencies. As a responsible recruiter in the country, we would like to participate along with the educational institutions in helping students develop better career skills. We are delighted to collaborate with AICTE in this national effort.”

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