- This initiative aimed to offer students access to industry-focused next-generation skills.
Ed-Tech platform, Skill-Lync announced that it will train 10,000 students in partnership with the Tamil Nadu government. Currently, it has trained up to 3640 students from 364 colleges under the “Naan Mudhalvan” programme, launched by the Tamil Nadu government.
This initiative aimed to offer students access to industry-focused next-generation skills. Through this partnership, Skill-Lync provided its customised course called Industry 4.0, which upskilled students on emerging technology and helped optimise manufacturing across the industry.
The programme introduced contains 19 professional courses under which Skill-Lync’s Industry 4.0 has been highly appreciated by many colleges affiliated with Anna University. It used industry-style embedded hardware kits to train the students such as ESP Node 32, Servo Motors and GHT sensor.
Skill-Lync with the help of industry veterans has professionally designed the course to open up new career opportunities for students of these colleges by upskilling them to learn new skills and enhance current ones. In addition, students will also have access to Skill-Lync learning management system that gives students access to additional courses and assessment platform for interview preparation.
Speaking on the partnership, Krishna Bandaru, Chief Business Officer, Skill-Lync, said, “Our Partnership with the Tamil Nadu government for Naan Mudhalvan scheme is a significant milestone. This allowed us unprecedented scale to improve the employability of engineering students by providing them application-oriented learning on the latest and industry-relevant technologies.”