With rapid changes in the knowledge landscape and the increasing application of modern technology across sectors, there is a huge demand for skilled workforce and an opportunity for colleges to be amongst the few that are industry-ready.

To address the gap between the current state of learning outcomes and industry requirements, IBM and Dataquest are bringing together experts for an event on “Impact of Digital Skilling on Getting Industry-Ready”.

Focus Areas

  • Industry collaboration in building skills
  • Evolving employment landscape vis-a-vis Global Ecosystem
  • Access to AICTE-approved courses in accordance with NEP 2020
  • Importance of self-learning courses

Key Conference Highlights

  • Leading educators and IBM experts
  • Access to IBM tools and courses
  • Recognition and felicitation

Who Should Attend

  • Vice Chancellors Management Representatives
  • Deans Directors Principals
  • Key Decision Makers
Suneel Santharam
Sr. Client Specialist, IBM
Vivek Buzruk
Sr. Architect, Trident
Sunil Rajguru
Editor, PCQuest & CiOL
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