Mumbai, July 19, 2022: Continuing its efforts to upskill India’s talent ecosystem and make them industry-ready on emerging technologies, PrepBytes (a CollegeDekho company), has today announced its collaboration with FutureSkills Prime, a MeitY-NASSCOM initiative, to bring the industry’s foremost upskilling course ‘Full Stack MERN Developer’ to students & professionals across India. Through the collaboration, learners will get access to all necessary skills required to become a Full Stack Web Developer.
Mamta Kumari, CEO & Co-Founder, PrepBytes said, “We are excited to be a part of FutureSkills Prime as it is one of India’s largest initiatives aimed at bridging the gap of unemployability among students and upskilling them so that they can grab the demanding jobs of today. With technology being readily accessible to many, figuring out a course that can ensure employability can be a tricky decision to make and this collaboration solves that by bringing credibility to the course.”
Kirti Seth, CEO, SSC NASSCOM said, “As digital technologies disrupt existing business models, the type of skills that are required in workforce are transforming. As a result, it is critical for future talent to continuously invest in building core foundational skills on web and mobile development that will open doors to new job prospects. This partnership with PrepBytes, will enable learners to acquire demonstratable skills as Full Stack Web Developers and will greatly enhance their employability quotient.”
Upon completion and deployment of four real-world projects, the learners will get certified as web developers and get a joint Co-Branded Participation certificate from FutureSkills Prime and PrepBytes. The course has been Accredited by NASSCOM, approved by the Government of India.
India as a global IT hub has seen a constant increase in the demand for professionals in the sector especially, Full-Stack developers. A previous NASSCOM study shows Full-Stack Developer jobs as one of the five emerging jobs in India. This demand has been accelerated by the pandemic-led digitization of businesses and the emergence of new business models. Alongside the rise in demand, various research also indicates the need for upskilling among the existing graduates. According to official statistics, 50% of the 4mn employees of the IT industry need to be reskilled over the next 3 years.