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Nokia to train students in mobile technology

Posted: 19 Dec 2011     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:mobile education 

Now, Nokia is all set to share its expertise in mobile technology with students in India. Nokia India has partnered with Chennai-based Bharath University to train students in the field of mobile technology. As per the MoU signed between the two, Bharath University will incorporate courses based on the present industry standards and requirements as a part of the curriculum; while Nokia will share their expert knowledge with students.

Student will be trained on the new modules; and will be selected for the industrial training based on their interests in the field. The modules are designed for the third year and final year students and will be constantly updated according to the industry developments, the company said.

On the successful completion of the course and subsequent certification by Nokia, students will be entitled to become a Nokia Developer Launchpad Member, giving them access to the cutting edge technologies employed at Nokia. Also students will be provided with materials on upcoming technologies and access to the regional and global trainings.

"We envisage a huge requirement for qualified professionals in the field of mobile technology over the next 4-5 years. We are associating with various colleges to increase our talent pool. This knowledge sharing programme is a step towards achieving that goal," said Jasmeet Gandhi, head, services marketing, Nokia India.

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