ServiceNow has reportedly join hands with TASK (Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge) for launch of the program in Telangana.
The program was intended to guarantee that the new alumni have skills that industry requests, the Academic Program gives ensured job prospects to engineering students, in coalition with academic accomplices and driving Information Technology (IT) Companies. The program finished in a job reasonable a week ago where 264 job offers were made to 248 confirmed students.
The program launches when the Indian economy is hoping to include more than 1.4 million new IT jobs by 2027, as per a joint report by International Data Corporation (IDC) and Cisco. This speaks to a 46% development in jobs principally determined by rising advancements like cybersecurity, Internet of things (IoT) and big data.
Rao Surapaneni, VP of Engineering, ServiceNow stated, “We are excited to launch the ServiceNow Academic Program and support up and coming age of technology ability. This activity is in accordance with the Government’s ‘Skill India’ program, went for enhancing skills of 40 crore individuals by 2022. We are satisfied to cooperate with TASK group and convey extraordinary ServiceNow guaranteed application developers. Joint effort with our academic accomplices, arrangements accomplices and clients made it conceivable to achieve incredible outcomes for the students. We’re focused on giving the present students skills that will set them up for a successful career in India’s flourishing technology area.”
The colleges took an interest in the debut year for the ServiceNow Academic Program incorporate BVRIT Hyderabad College of Engineering for Women, CMR College of Engineering and Technology, CVR College of Engineering, G Narayanamma Institute of Technology and Science for Women, Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology, Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology, VNR Vignan Jyothi Institute of Engineering and Technology, and KL University.
Firms including Capgemini, Cognizant, DXC, Hexaware, Infosys, LTI, Mphasis, TCS and Wipro took an interest in the job fair.
Talking about the joint effort; Sujiv Nair, CEO, TASK stated, “Because of the ServiceNow Academic Program pilot, the territory of Telangana is currently outfitted with ‘trained and certified’ workforce and crisp engineering graduates as ‘ServiceNow application developers’ and are eager to expand the compass of this program to a lot more colleges sooner rather than later.”
Narsimha M, Executive VP, Infosys stated, “At Infosys, our proceeded with center is to change benefit involvement and increment productivity for our customers, through upgraded robotization and AI capacities. Infosys has collaborated with ServiceNow to streamline forms, reclassify client experience, and make IT and business works progressively proficient. This organization is in accordance with our endeavors to scale all around to meet market requests. Infosys has additionally joined forces with ServiceNow in its Academic Program, which is a novel open door for alumni specialists to be a piece of the enterprise change involvement.”
“It is encouraging to see Industry collaborating with academics and getting ready alumni for genuine work. This builds the employability of college graduates which is the need presently,” said Pandian Krishnaraj, Associate Director, DXC. “We compliment ServiceNow for this activity. We are happy to be a piece of this and anticipate respecting a portion of the ServiceNow certified graduates to our association.”
Gopika Dakoju, an understudy at CMR College of Engineering, Hyderabad who attempted the ServiceNow program stated, “With India’s tech part experiencing colossal change, students are required to have improved proficiency and skills to be proficient with the consistently advancing IT industry. Gatherings, for example, ServiceNow’s Academic Program train youthful hopeful professionals like us as well as offer us the chance to consider new viewpoints and associate with driving IT organizations.”
Under the Academic Program, ServiceNow step up students with knowledge and involvement in bleeding edge technology, to enable set them to up for a fruitful vocation with a portion of India’s driving technology organizations. The program will help connect the skills hole in the business and furthermore have the capacity to create skilled workforce for the city (Hyderabad) and the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.