“With so much overflow of information available today, it has become pivotal for parents to introduce their children to outcome-based learning, especially the ones which feature crucial elements such as coding and design. Owing to the Covid Pandemic, lockdowns and the acceleration of adoption of technology, the Indian edtech market was flushed with courses and programs based on such key areas but what these courses lacked was innovative outcome-based modules. This has further deepened the gaps in students’ overall learning. We at MindBox build outcome-based courses targeted specifically toward K-12 students. Owing to this pedagogical model, the child gets exposed to the whole cycle of coding and design. By leveraging STREAM-based projects and a student-centric 1:1 learning methodology, students work on real life projects which also gives clarity to the parent what the child has actually learnt. These interactive learning modules enable us to empower students with 21st-century skills”.Rishi Khemka, Founder and CEO of MindBox India
Founded in 2013 by Rishi Khemka with ICT Program (B2B Model) for Schools, MindBox was established with a vision to create personalised learning journey for every 6-18 years old students in India and across the globe. The organisation strives to build functional literacy in students and empowers them with the 21st Century skills. It has a dynamic curriculum, designed, and customized for CBSE, ICSE, IGCSE, IB and all state boards. The organisation offers personalised technology lifecycle, including fundamental, coding and design courses to K12 students from all over the globe. Since its inception, MindBox has been able to build a community of 35000+ students and serve 50+ schools from more than 20 countries and look forward to empowering 1,00,000+ students and serving 150+ schools from more than 30 countries by the end of the year. It is India’s first STEM Accredited organisation dedicated towards teaching professional design and code learning tools/software to students of the age group 6-18 years. Unlike the rest of the industry players, It’s the only organization teaching professional software/tools to school students like Maya, unity, Kodular, blender, G-develop, photoshop, SketchUp, etc.
"The demand for skillsets across new-age technology domains such as AI, ML, Metaverse, IoT, etc., continues to increase. In this VUCA-World, the need for skilling, re-skilling, and upskilling has become a need of the hour. Looking at the dynamic and rapidly changing technology environment today majority of India's workforce will have to continuously bridge skill gaps to be a part of the new-age workforce. It is pivotal for youngsters to realize that technology is not just an enabler but, learning additional skills and new capabilities will help them stay relevant and in demand in the future of work".Vikram Kumar, Co-Founder, MyTat
Mytat is a trusted career platform empanelled with AICTE & helps to connect key stakeholders in the educational sector such as colleges, corporates, and industry experts with students in colleges and vocational educational institutes to provide access to 100s of jobs. It is a subsidiary of Lrnable Group & is the brainchild of a team of professionals with a collective experience of more than 100 years in Business Strategy, Education, Corporate HR & L&D, and Recruitment. Mytat is an Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) based platform that covers the entire life cycle of a student/candidate. Mytat provides a unified platform to assists students attain real-time industry knowledge and trends in skills requirements & also helps to provide the students with Internships/apprenticeships and other employment opportunities. 500+ organizations such as Amazon, Sapient Nitro, Amdocs, Bank of America, etc have partnered with Mytat for their services & have utilized their assessment and recruitment programs to hire freshers & professionals for multiple job profiles. Apart from the recruitment aspect, Mytat also provides a validated assessment platform that can be used to conduct online exams be it for Schools, Colleges, or even for public sector jobs.
“The advent of new-age emerging technologies has created a huge demand-supply gap in the technical talent in the country. Our current youth talent has an utmost potential and it is essential that we harness this, through skilling/upskilling/reskilling them, given how these technologies are changing the landscapes across every sector. As per the Indian Telecom Market 2022-23 Report by Telecom Sector Skill Council, in the past year, the demand is over 1 lakh in roles in of 5G, Cloud Computing, AI & Big Data Analytics, IoT, Mobile App-Development and Robotic Process Automation, the demand supply gap is almost 28% and increasing. 5G technology industry experienced a demand-supply gap of about of about 33.6% and this will continue to grow as the possible timeline for rollout of 5G network reaches its final stage. The government has been focusing on the skill empowerment of our growing youth population, to make them job ready and it is for sure that the gap here will narrow down in times to come.”Arvind Bali, CEO, Telecom Sector Skill Council
About Telecom Sector Skill Council:
Established under the Societies Registration Act, 1860, Telecom Sector Skill Council is an industry-led apex body, a not-for-profit organization, committed to developing world-class skilled manpower for the telecom industry. The organization is a collaboration by Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), India Cellular & Electronics Association (ICEA) and National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) under the aegis of Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology and Department of Telecommunications. TSSC has trained over a million people already and has approximately 600+ training partners with 1000+ training centers across the country and continues to strive forward with a commitment to skill the youth of India.
“Skill development of the youth is a necessary ingredient of a successful Digital India. Esri India as a company is committed to upskilling the youth. We hire a lot of freshers each year and put them through initial training, which lasts about three months, and thereafter, they receive on-the-job training. Additionally, we encourage young employees to acquire skills in the latest technologies through online instructor-led training programs and individual development programs. They are helped by our Organization Development team, which is a part of our HR group. We also focus a lot on management and leadership development initiatives, as these are very important parts of any growing organization. We train many young technical individual contributors to become successful managers. It's very heartwarming to observe the youngsters evolve into immensely useful resources for the company. We help our people to understand the power of GIS technology as that understanding enables them to not only be industry-ready but also acquire a lifelong skill for serving customers better.”Agendra Kumar, MD, Esri India
About Esri India:
Esri India Technologies Pvt. Ltd. (Esri India) is an end-to-end Geographic Information Systems (GIS) solutions provider enabling customers to think and plan geographically to make timely, well-informed, and mission-critical decisions. Esri ArcGIS System provides the backbone for the country’s mapping, spatial analysis, and all GIS requirements. A market leader in GIS Technologies, Esri India has successfully delivered cutting-edge GIS solutions to more than 5000 customers for applications in Land management, Water, Utilities, Infrastructure, Disaster Management, Telecommunications, Urban Development, Smart Cities, Transportation, Defence, and Natural resources. Established in 1996, Esri India is headquartered in Noida (Delhi-NCR), with multiple regional offices across India. The company has been recognized amongst India’s best companies to work for in 2021 and 2022 by the Great Place to Work®️ Institute.
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