Infosys launches online courses for students in India

Indian IT company Infosys recently launched the “Infosys Springboard” program to expand digital retraining initiatives to more than 10 million people by 2025.

Infosys Springboard provides a curriculum-rich virtual platform that delivers professional-grade learning experiences, on any device, with closer teacher-learner collaboration for students in grade 6 to lifelong learners. life, according to the computer society.

This, alongside formal education, helps accelerate the digital transition of participating learners, ranging from school and college students to professionals and adults.

The program has been developed by Infosys in collaboration with world-renowned digital educators like Coursera and Learnship and it is also fully aligned with India’s National Education Policy 2020, according to the company’s official statement.

Infosys Springboard program: how will it work?

-Students are expected to “learn by doing” and develop holistically for emerging jobs and career opportunities

-Women with a targeted learning portal, specialized resources and expert mentors for holistic development

-Working professionals equipped with advanced digital skills to prepare them for the well-paying jobs of the future

-Teachers can better collaborate with learners throughout their skills journey using the platform’s engagement features

NGOs to extend the benefits of learning more widely, especially to underserved sections of society.

“The pandemic has underscored the urgent need for digital learning tools that are accessible to people from all walks of life. Infosys, for decades, has already worked to build digital capabilities within its own workforce, its customers, its students, and the communities with which we interact. Infosys Springboard is an important investment to help us deliver on our ongoing ESG commitment to bridging the digital divide as we move into the future,” said Infosys CFO Nilanjan Roy.

Infosys Springboard will further amplify our ongoing programs like Infosys Campus Connect to deepen industry-university relationships, the annual Infosys Catch Them Young training program in information technology for high school students, and Aspire and Achieve workshops for future professionals. . Infosys Springboard is now available on Play Store and App Store.

Thirumala Arohi, Senior Vice President and Head of Education, Training and Assessment at Infosys, said, “Students and educators need digital programs and platforms that are more than just corporate legacies to truly meet their needs.Parents and guardians, on the other hand, need to be confident that learning is adequately preparing their wards for the future.NGOs and support groups need to to expand learning and make it more inclusive across all layers of our society. Infosys Springboard creates a framework that addresses all of their pressing concerns.”

To subscribe to Mint Bulletins

* Enter a valid email

* Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter.

Comments are closed.