The Edtech Great Learning company has launched a postgraduate program in software development and engineering. This six-month program is available for graduates and young professionals to learn in-demand software development skills. Additionally, dedicated job placement assistance will be provided to help them place themselves in top IT companies, the edtech organization claims.
The curriculum includes an introduction to programming, object-oriented programming, Core JAVA, data structures and algorithms, databases, web development frameworks, and capstone projects providing a deep dive into the field.
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The program will provide career support in the form of mock interviews with industry experts, resume advice. As part of the placement assistance cell, candidates will be placed with Capgemini, Dell, Amazon, Flipkart, Nvidia, HCL, Uber, Intel, KPMG, Cognizant, Deloitte, etc.
The program includes over 150 hours of live teaching sessions delivered by industry experts and mentors. It also includes over 300 hours of coding with personalized mentoring.
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Sharing his thoughts on the program, Hari Krishnan Nair, co-founder of Great Learning, says software development is one of the most lucrative career options with a salary of up to 15 lakh per year. “Businesses today are investing heavily to create products and services that bring value to the digital economy. The demand for skilled professionals with expertise in software development and engineering to create innovative solutions is on the rise. With entry-level packages of up to 15 LPAs, it’s one of the most lucrative career options for new engineering graduates and early professionals. Through this program, we aim to equip our learners with these cutting-edge skills to start their careers in top IT companies,” he says.
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