Google has announced to train 1.3 lakh students and developer with aim to help boost Innovations in different technical field. This strategy of company will attract more talented person to join computer software field.
They had a partnership with an online education firm Pluralsight and educational organization Udacity, it would produce technically-advanced workforce in India which is likely to match the pace the high speed of global talented market.
In statement Google said that “today, we are taking a big step forward by partnering with Pluralsight and Udacity for a new scholarship program that will help 130K developers and students across India to gain the skills they need to be successful in the changing technology landscape.”
Additionally they told, “At Google, we have consistently invested in helping the developer and Startup community to get easy access to all the latest technology that is shaping the world today. And in the last few years, we have broadened our efforts in India by going beyond professional developers and Startups to focusing on student community as well.”
How student get the benefits?
In 2016, Google had announced a program to train more than two million programmers in India and after that; the proposal had made solid progress by attractive over half a million students and developers across the country.
Aim of the program
Google agreed upon 100 thousand scholarships on the Pluralsight learning platform and 30 thousand scholarships on Udacity to support advanced learning program and additionally their employability in rising technologies like Mobile and Web development, AR/VR, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Cloud Platforms.
For Udacity, Google will also offer 1000 full small scholarships from the 30,000 scholarships being available. Candidates can access to Pluralsights unique adaptive assessment engine, that will support them match their exclusive learning path based on their skill level and awareness.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates can apply online by going on the below link:
Here is the complete statement by Google India.