DXC Technology and NASSCOM Foundation Launch Digital Education Center for Female Engineering Students

DXC Technology and NASSCOM Foundation Inaugurate Digital Education Center for Female Engineering Students in Pune

Pune, Maharashtra: DXC Technology, in association with the NASSCOM Foundation, jointly inaugurated its second digital training center at the Cummins College of Engineering for Women, Pune, to enhance the technical capabilities and digital learning of female students. Following the successful launch of the first digital training center in Hyderabad last month, eight more similar centers at colleges across the country are planned to facilitate digital training in emerging technologies.
The Cummins College Digital Training Center was officially opened in the presence of Kartik Iyer, Director of Operations – GDN, DXC Technology, Santosh Rao Manager Skilling Programs, NASSCOM Foundation, and Dr. Madhuri Khambete, Principal of Cummins College. The inaugural session was also attended by other dignitaries from TMIe2E and college faculties and students.
As part of this initiative, similar digital centers will also be inaugurated later in the following seven establishments:
1. Gayatri Vidya Parishad College of Engineering for Women, Vishakhapatnam
2. Bhoj Reddy College of Engineering for Women, Hyderabad
3. Ravindra College of Engineering for Women, Kurnool
4. Godutai College of Engineering for Women, Kalabutagi
5. Mody Universities, Jaipur
6. Banasthali Vidyapeeth College of Engineers, Jaipur
7. Mahendra College of Engineering for Women, Salem
Under the Technology Skilling Initiatives program run by TMI e2E, advanced technology centers have been established to enable engineering students to hone their technical skills and educate, engage and uplift them to be ready for the future in the evolving digital environment.
Students can also gain industry-relevant capabilities by combining developing technologies, including artificial intelligence, machine learning, cloud computing, and more, with management training. The centers can also be used for various events, including IdeaThons and Hackathons.
Lokendra Sethi, HR Manager – DXC Technology, India, said: “While enabling accessibility of the right knowledge and life skills is central to our vision of CSR, there is also the broader goal of nation building by empowering youth; and especially the women of India to become self-sufficient. Through this collaboration with the NASSCOM Foundation, we are reaching out to female engineering students across the country to provide them with the digital skills and competencies needed to prepare them for the future. Digital learning is the right next step in the overall advancement of our youth and hence the key to a stronger India.
Nidhi Bhasin, CEO of NASSCOM Foundation, said, “While the bulk of India’s population is made up of young people, they face the challenge of sustaining the potential of their talents and harnessing the demographic dividend. The existing skills gap has tested the progress of young people as well as the supply of talent for businesses. To bridge this gap, prioritizing digital learning by creating digital hubs will address the much-needed skills of students, especially women, for the growing futuristic tech industry. We are honored to partner with DXC Technology to collaborate on an initiative that nurtures young minds and encourages them to embrace rapid technological advancements to meet national and global needs.
Reports suggest that the market for digital transformation solutions will grow by 15.6% globally by 2030. With the increased adoption of digitalization during the COVID-19 crisis, the pace of adoption of technology has accelerated dramatically in all sectors.
Therefore, digital and technological expertise will be the main in-demand employable skills in the future. To empower young people in educational institutions, especially women, with advanced future skills and modern techno-digital solutions such as AI, ML is bound to do much to empower and shape their future.

Disclaimer: This press release is automatically generated. The CSR Journal is not responsible for the content.
Previous postWorld Literacy Day – Spreading light among the children of Haryana
Next postHoneywell CSR organizes the Digital Youth Empowerment Summit in association with the ICT Academy

Milton S. Rodgers