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A Further Step towards Skilled India: AcadGild, IL&FS join hands to skill the 2 lakh students

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In order to ensure that more than two lakh Indian students are made rich with technological and business-oriented skills by the end of 2019, technology education startup AcadGild, has tied up for a multi-year partnership with IL&FS Skills Development Corporation (IL&FS Skills).

Together with National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), they are aiming to improve the employability potential of these students within the stipulated time, reported Economic times.

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This partnership will enable IL&FS Skills to expand afar its current vocational and skill-based training programs, to technologically advanced, professional courses like Android Developer, Big Data & Digital Marketing conducted by AcadGild which will now be offered at over 100 IL&FS centers across the country.

Also Read: Studies Say India is the Third Largest Tech Startup Hub in the World

Founders take –

Vinod Dham, CEO and Co-Founder, AcadGild, said that with IL&FS Skills’ network, our reach has expanded integrally which will give the opportunity to benefit from the courses we conduct to even those who do not have access to computers.

RCM Reddy, Managing Director and CEO IL&FS Skills added that, this will help us in extending our offerings beyond school drop-outs, engineering students and graduates and will also enable us to deliver high quality technology and business courses to the youth to enhance their employability potential.

The students will now have access to the physical labs and classrooms of IL&FS Skills’ vocational training centers across the country.

This will surely prove to be a remarkable association for the successful implementation of the Skill India program.

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