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Raise Your IQ: Impact of AI & ML on Future jobs Education and Industry in India – Part 1

This week, we have Krishna Prabu of NASSCOM CoE DS & AI discuss at length how technologies like Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning are no longer just exclusive skills to possess but a necessity in today’s rapidly changing digital world. In the past decade, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning has influenced all aspects of our daily lives. In Bharath, Transactions co...

Skills Of The Future

Skills Of The Future NASSCOM in collaboration with ITAAP is Organizing a session on 24th January 2020 providing an overview on Skills of the Future Our workplaces are changing with dramatic pace. The pace of change is driven by multiple factors. We are more interconnected, allowing us to work remotely and with people of different cultures. People are living and working longer, creating an age-dive...

Creating a Culture of Continuous Learning at the Workplace

India is facing a severe shortage of skilled workforce and embracing the culture of continuous learning is the need of the hour. The mantra for today is – Learn, unlearn, relearn, and repeat. Continuous learning at the workplace can deliver the competitive edge organizations require for tomorrow. It is imperative for organizations to invest in L&D programmes and put in place metrics to m...

Leveraging the Potential of the IIITs – Six Things You Should Know

Industry-Academia collaboration is always a hot topic of discussion in any forum where the state of Indian education is being discussed.  It is also true that most discussions start with “Leaving aside the IITs….”.  Most conversations, then move to the limited flexibility that educational institutions have in determining their academic model.  Attending a meeting between 20 IIITs (yes 20!) and som...

Industrial Internship Drive Led By NASSCOM CoE Gandhinagar To Foster Realtime Co-Creation & Innovation

At a time when talent with digital skills are growing in demand across industries, NASSCOM CoE Gandhinagar led a strategic industry-centric engagement to identify candidates for internship opportunities with leading companies and startups in Gujarat. 11 candidates were chosen from this exercise. India produces at least 9 million graduates each year. It begs the question, how many of these 9 millio...

GCC 3.0: Spotlight on Digital, Partnerships, New Delivery Models & Future Skills

Over the last decade, India’s GCC juggernaut has been firmly established – a journey that began as a back-office support centre has now emerged as the centre on innovation for many MNCs. Global macro-economic developments (H1-B visa issue, Brexit, etc.) are furthering the cause for offshoring to India and increasingly, MNCs are establishing India as their second largest delivery centre outside the...

Potential Solutions to Skill India in Emerging Technology

In 4 years, India will have the world’s largest population of working people, about 87 crore in all[1]. India’s capability to utilize the opportunity that the projected demographic dividend is going to give is not assured. Our labor force or working population, the enhancers of GDP, will be outgrowing the number of people who depend on the GDP. According to a paper written by Shekar Aiyar and Asho...

NASSCOM Futureskills Develops Qualification Packs on AI & BDA

One of the key milestones achieved is the development of qualification packs and model curriculums for 19 job roles related to AI (Artificial Intelligence) & BDA (Big Data Analytics) that has been approved by NSDC (National Skills Development Corporation). This is a significant milepost that marks the beginning of a new era for skilling on next-gen technologies. Currently the QPs are pending a...

From Peril to Promise – Futureskills Beckons

The Indian IT industry directly employs about 4 million people which also makes it one of the top employers in the private sector. Over the next 4 – 5 years, 60 – 65% of the workforce is very likely to face a major change when their job role transforms, maybe even beyond recognition, for many. The point that needs to be made here is about shifting the narrative from job losses to re-skilling for a...

Showcasing the Futureskills Platform in Presence of the UK Government

The key messaging of Marshall Goldsmith’s management bestseller, “What Got You Here Won’t Get You There” is now well entrenched. The present age, avowedly characterized as the digital revolution, is upon us and we have to act fast! Which means – getting the right talent in place to optimize on the new opportunities provided by this age. Simply put, it’s not about doing the old things infinit...

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