The partnership with Aricent, which over two years saw more than 6,100 students trained on employability-driven skills, is to be renewed for the third year.
He was addressing college students who were imparted employable skills under an initiative of Nasscom Foundation and Aricent, a global design and engineering company.
Earlier, certificates were distributed to students of the first edition of ‘Arise by Aricent’ programme.
An engineering degree alone is no longer sufficient to land a job in the IT industry and students pursuing the courses need to acquire specialised skills to boost their employability quotient, IT Secretary Jayesh Ranjan sought to underscore on Thursday.
They were also trained in essentials such as oral and written communication, business etiquettes and other soft skills.
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