Microsoft has launched an internship programme, Future Ready Talent to show expertise expertise to make immediately’s youth job-ready. Willing candidates should be of their second 12 months of faculty or above. The programme is open to college students who will graduate in 2022, 2023, or have graduated in 2021 throughout specialisations.
The programme goals to affect over 1.5 lakh college students and make them employable between 2022-2024. The registration course of for the primary batch started on 15 September. The program is freed from price and no stipend is supplied to the scholars.
Microsoft has collaborated with the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), FutureExpertise Prime — a NASSCOM, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), Ernst & Young (EY), GitHub, and Quess Corp to launch the internship programme.
Microsoft will present studying modules and certifications by means of its studying platform, Microsoft Learn, skilling college students on matters like cloud computing, information science, synthetic intelligence and cybersecurity. AICTE will make sure the curriculum is according to the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020.
NASSCOM will present alignment of related programs to the National Occupational Standards, linking these programs on FutureExpertise Prime whereas EY will present expertise and mentorship to the scholars all through the internship. GitHub will present college students with free entry to the developer instruments. Meanwhile, Quess Corp will handle the learner expertise and host a digital profession honest for the members.
“The Future Ready Talent program affords college students a novel alternative to be job prepared, by specializing in expertise that will probably be in-demand sooner or later, like cloud computing, information and AI and cybersecurity. With a transparent focus to empower our youth, this program which brings collectively expertise leaders like Microsoft with robust business participation, will play a key function in decreasing the talents hole in India,” says Dr Buddha Chandrashekhar, Chief Coordinating Officer, AICTE.