NIIT, a global leader in skills and talent development, and BSCA Akademik Pariwisata Denpasar today entered into a partnership in Indonesia to offer multiple new-age career opportunities under the revolutionary Mastermind Series– a path breaking program, designed to help students in the country to acquire skill sets for global career opportunities. Over the last decade, NIIT has played a significant role in placing Indonesia’s software and services sector on the international map.
Under this partnership, NIIT will provide content, impart training for lecturers and conduct examinations towards the successful completion of the programs. The Mastermind programs can be pursued along with graduation, thus allowing students to get the benefit of dual certification. The program has industry relevant curriculum mapped to international certification. The students are exposed to diverse technologies leading to better job opportunities. Not only the students, but also the Universities get an edge over other educational institutions. NIIT helps the Universities to design programs mapped to the industry standards.
NIIT has been present in Indonesia for over 17 years and has made a considerable contribution towards ICT education in the country. It has played a pioneering role in providing necessary skills to the youth of the country, desirous of building great careers. NIIT has trained over 16,800 students across 13 centres over the last decade, which has helped Indonesia get an edge in the global IT sector.
Speaking on the occasion Mr. Sanjay Tickoo, Vice President & Head of Business Operations, International Education Business, NIIT Ltd, said, “We believe that our partnership with BSCA Akademik Pariwisata Denpasar will give a much needed impetus, to introduce programs which will prepare Indonesian students towards challenging global career opportunities. The revolutionary Mastermind series provides flexibility to students to choose from a range of careers as per their interests and career goals. This partnership is a step towards our skill development mission in Indonesia.”