NIIT Launches IT Center in Vietnam
It’s a first-of-its kind specialized IT center at Hoa Sen University, Vietnam, to offer futuristic IT programs targeted at students, professionals and institutes.
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NIIT, a global leader in skills and talent development, unveiled its first specialized IT center at Hoa Sen University, to create a talent pool for the digitalization of Vietnam. The center will deliver futuristic IT training programs to School pass outs, University students and working professionals under the LEAD (Learn, Enhance, Aspire, Deliver) methodology.
Hoa Sen is a leading university in Vietnam. It was one of the first private universities founded in Vietnam after this was legalized by the government.
NIIT is a leading Skills and Talent Development Corporation set up in 1981 to help the nascent Indian IT industry overcome its human resource challenges and today ranks among the world’s leading training companies. With a footprint across 40 nations.
The specialized NIIT IT center is being launched in Ho Chi Minh City with state-of-the-art products, for a career in IT ranging from data science to networking to software engineering. The NIIT center will offer programs on technologies like Office 2013, Java 7 and Visual Studio 2012. Key technologies acquired during the courses include tracks like 12C, MS Server 2012, Jelly Bean, Kit-Kat and Oracle.
Programs under Training.com- a multi-modal learning platform by NIIT, will be made available to help Individual, Corporates and Universities. With our thrust on curriculum development and regular faculty training, NIIT will offer the most sought after IT programs to the Vietnamese youth.
Speaking on the occasion Prakash Menon, president of the Global Skills and Careers Group for NIIT Ltd. said, "The world is going through an intensive phase of digital transformation. All existing industries and economies are being disrupted.”
He’s right if you go these numbers: digitally transformed organizations are 26 percent more profitable than their industry competitors. Global spending on digital transformation technologies is expected to cross 2.1 trillion dollars by 2019. By 2018, 35 percent of IT resources will be spent to support the creation of new digital revenue streams, and by 2020 almost 50 percent of IT budgets will be tied to digital transformation initiatives.
Speaking on the occasion Mr. Nguyen Thanh Duy, President Hoa Sen College said “I congratulate NIIT and our team on the launch of IT center and collaboration with NIIT University for establishment of Research Centre in HSC Vietnam. Together we hope to transform Vietnam into a digital economy.”
Additionally, the not-for-profit arm of NIIT called NIIT University (NU) entered a tie-up with Hoa Sen University to empower the Vietnamese society with futuristic learning programs.
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