NASSCOM offers IoT course, students and professionals can apply

NASSCOM’s FutureSkills launched a basic Internet of Things (IoT) course led by industry experts to meet growing learner demand in partnership with Jigsaw, an institute providing training in data science and analysis. The collaboration will focus on digital literacy by improving learners’ skills in emerging technologies and sought-after professional skills.

The program is best suited for university students enrolled in fields such as engineering, computer science, statistics, physical sciences or mathematics. It is also designed for professionals who want to improve their skills and broaden their career prospects, as well as for tech enthusiasts who want to learn more about IoT and the buzz around tech.

The online platform claims that the course covers the fundamentals of the four components of IoT, ranging from IoT devices or objects connected to sensors to IoT gateways and cloud platforms, as well as collection and analysis. of data.

Participants will also learn about the designs of microcontrollers, sensors, and IoT network protocols, as well as an in-depth understanding of the analytics function in the Internet of Things.

The initiative is industry-focused and fills real-world gaps to prepare learners to navigate the wave of digital disruption, Jigsaw explains. “With emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, big data, analytics, cloud computing, cybersecurity, Internet of Things and virtual reality changing the future of work, this collaboration will converge many technologies working in tandem to meet real world business. problems and develop new products and services, ”adds the training institute.

Attendees will receive a certificate of participation from Jigsaw and a FutureSkills Prime badge, which they can attach to their LinkedIn profile to show their IoT mastery to potential employers and professional networks.

Jigsaw claims to have received 25,000 registrations directly from its website and thousands more from the FutureSkills platform. Jigsaw received the “Partner of Excellence” award for aligning its “Artificial Intelligence Foundation” and “Big Data Analytics Foundation” programs with the model program defined by NASSCOM FutureSkills to provide cutting-edge solutions to challenges modern learning.

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