IIT-M, edtech firm launch a new programme in next-gen tech
New Delhi: Institute of Technology Madras IIT-M and ed-tech organization, Great Learning on Monday propelled another program that targets making innovation experts advance their professions by learning programming building advances utilizing distributed computing, Internet of Things (IoT) and blockchain.
This nine-month-since quite a while ago ‘Propelled Certification Program’ offers 300 hours of hearty online video learning meetings, live learning meetings, and a progression of functional ventures in distributed computing, blockchain, and IoT.
This program centers around making current and hopeful programming engineers work prepared and future-confirmation by encouraging them bleeding edge advances.
It is intended to connect the ability lack looked by the business in the regions of distributed computing, blockchain, and IoT.
Mohan Lakhamraju, Founder and CEO, Great Learning said in an announcement that we are charmed to work together with IIT Madras to offer this program and further our shared goal of making excellent instruction progressively open through an online program.
As indicated by the organization, this program intends to assist students with building up the necessary aptitudes for jobs like programming advancement specialists, programming or specialized draftsmen, arrangement modelers, cloud engineers, and so forth.
Dr. Janakiraman, Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, IIT said that Madras We, at IIT Madras are glad to offer this Advanced Software Engineering program as a team with Great Learning.
This program starts with essential information on programming engineering, for example, information structures, programming engineering, and calculation plan.
At that point jumps further into IoT information sources, organizing, execution of IoT on the cloud, huge information and investigation, holders and microservices, cloud sending, and DevOps.
It will likewise give a top to bottom comprehension of Blockchain basics and making blockchain applications, the organization said.